Advocacy Services North Wales

1 The Podium,
Ambrose Lloyd Centre,
New Street,

01352 759332
[email protected]

The advocacy service is structurally independent from statutory organisations.
The service is designed and operates in a way which is free from conflict of interest.

We provide:
  • Community Advocacy
  • Carer's Advocacy
  • Advocacy for Older Persons and Younger People with Dementia
  • Independent Mental Health Advocacy
  • Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy

An advocate can help you:
  • think through the choices you have
  • talk through any courses of action you may wish to follow and any possible consequences
  • speak up for yourself or, if you’d prefer, they can speak on your behalf
  • represent your views when you ask them to
  • refer you to other appropriate agencies and to accompany you if necessary and where possible
  • challenge discrimination
  • promote your independence
  • understand the advocates role
  • take control of your life.

The advocacy service is completely free.



Drop in Support Group

The Wellbeing Centre
CH7 1EG.

The drop-in is held every Saturday between 1 and 4pm.

There are no strangers at the Flintshire Mind drop-in – only friends you’ve yet to meet. Everyone’s welcome and we’re always delighted to welcome new members – it makes our group bigger and better and means everyone has more support from each other, more fun and makes more friends. You can use it to:
  • Get the information you need to take control of your life
  • Find a listening ear and get help with practical problems from friendly staff
  • Make new friends, and re-build your confidence
  • Join activities and social events
  • Keep up-to-date through papers, magazines and FREE internet access
Please come along for as long or short a time as you like.