An advocate is someone who offers one-to-one support for a young person. They may give advice, raise the child’s awareness about their rights, or speak up for the child and represent their views, wishes and feelings. They may simply provide a listening ear.
Above all, an advocate aims to empower a child or young person, and support them to have their say.
Please learn more about:
- The national standards of advocacy we adhere to
- Feedback from professionals
- Case studies
- Frequently asked questions (FAQs) about advocacy
Do you want to refer a young person for advocacy?
Referrals are considered on a case-by-case basis.
To request a referral, please complete our referral form and contact us.