The Enfield Advocacy Service – giving you a voice

Enfield Advocacy Service

Supporting disabled and older people living in Enfield to have a voice.

What is an Advocate:

  • Is someone who can support you to speak up for yourself or speak for you if you find this difficult.
  • Advocate can help in lots of ways, help you understand your rights, to speak up and make choices.
  • Support you so you can be more in control of your life.
  • Promotes social inclusion, equality and social Justice.

Services we provide

Individual One to One Advocacy

  • Bespoke one to one advocacy support from a named  advocate.
  • Support to prepare for and attend a meeting.
  • Support to voice views and understand systems and processes.
  • Help resolve complaints.
  • Help to identify options and choices.
  • Support to access services and resolve specific issues.


Self  Advocacy Groups

  • For disabled and older people  who have shared experiences and wish to come together to speak and act collectively on important  issues.
  • Facilitated at a number of Community settings with advocacy peer support provided.
  • Consultation facilitation groups on a variety of issues.



EAS is a partnership of established local advocacy providers comprising of:

Enfield Disability Action (EDA), Age UK Enfield, Mind in Enfield, Community Aid, Wellbeing Connect,  London Brokerage Network and CAPE


Contact Us

Advocacy Project providing individual, group and peer advocacy; working with individuals to promote self advocacy

    Tel: 020 8373 6228



Peer Advocacy and Social Groups, please contact us if you would like to take part or volunteer

See our new Hand in Hand drop in friendship, support, advice and information sessions prevent isolation and encourage social interaction and prevent isolation for those with ill health or a disability.

    Tel: 020 8373 6228,