What does advocacy mean and what can advocates do to help? Read more
Dewis CIL provides a number of advocacy services across Wales, which range fromIndependent Professional Advocacy (in line with the Social Services and Wellbeing Act 2014),Community Advocacy, through to Peer and Self-Advocacy support.All of our advocacy services provide high quality and totally free advocacy support for those who are eligible .
See the links below to find out more about advocacy and whether there are services available in your area.
For more information about the 5 Principles of Advocacy download the PDF here.
For information about vacancies in our Advocacy services pleased see our Advocacy Jobs page.
To make a referral to one of our Advocacy services please complete our referral form.
About the advocacy groups facilitated by Dewis CIL.
Details of any Advocacy vacancies within Dewis CIL and how to contact us.
What does advocacy mean and what can advocates do to help?
How to apply for advocacy or other services when it's not part of our normal contracts, e.g. for parents in child protection cases, Litigation Friend etc.
Find out what advocacy services we may provide in your area.