Sefton Advocacy Corona Virus (COVID19) Service Restrictions

Sefton Advocacy take everyone’s Health, Safety and Wellbeing very seriously. In light of the latest guidance around the COVID19 Pandemic we are taking all reasonable precautions to ensure that illness and infection does not spread in the workplace between employees, volunteers, clients and the public.

We understand there is a lot of uncertainty at the moment and many of the people we support are vulnerable and have their own health conditions or live in a household with someone who has a health condition.

With immediate effect and until further notice our Advocates will work from home and we will limit face to face contact with clients to only the most urgent of circumstances.

We will continue to provide advocacy support via telephone and email and will endeavour to support vulnerable individuals with providing information and signposting to relevant agencies.

Our office will remain open for telephone contacts during the working week. If you are unable to get an immediate answer on the phone please leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

If you need to contact us please call 01704 500500 or email

We will update and amend our service provision in response to ongoing guidance.

Be well

Andrew Booth
CEO Sefton Advocacy

Sefton Older Persons’ Forums are postponed for the time being due to present concerns about the Coronavirus.

Welcome to
Sefton Advocacy

The Sefton Advocacy is a thriving small charity providing one to one casework. We offer a free, independent and confidential advocacy service to people aged 18 and over and living in the borough of Sefton.

Sefton Advocacy works to ensure that you as a service user are supported appropriately to enable you to participate in decisions that affect your life, giving you choice and control over your own life.

We provide help in a range of areas, from general advocacy to specialist services to support people with a variety of needs.

We also run Sefton Older Persons’ Forum meetings where people can get take part in decision making and get their voice heard in a group setting. Please CONTACT the office for further details.


We accepts referrals from professionals and agencies such as Carers Centre, Social Workers, GPs, Dentists, Macmillan Centres; family and friends of people needing help and people themselves. We will confirm with the service user that they want us to work with them before taking the referral further.

Our purpose is to support people in Sefton to have their voice heard in decisions affecting their lives.
Our vision is to ensure that advocacy services are freely available to any and all people who require them.


We can support you with…

  • Remaining Independent
  • Health and care reviews
  • Obtaining services from health and the local authority
  • Getting the equipment you need
  • Consumer issues

and a wide range of other things.


We will…

  • Speak up on your behalf
  • Write letters
  • Make telephone calls
  • Research information
  • Visit you in your home

and much more.


We are not able to…

  • Provide personal care
  • Administer medicine
  • Manage your money for you
  • Give Legal or any other advice

But we can help you to access services which may be able to help you with these things.

Interested in Volunteering?

If you would like to know more about voluneering with us, please get in touch for more details.

Sefton Advocacy

Sefton Older Persons’ Forums