Skip to main contentSheffield Mental Health GuideSheffield Mental Health Guide

Last updated:

Key Information

You can access this activity In person & remote
Adults (over 18)
See contact information

Sheffield Advocacy Hub is the single point of contact for all independent advocacy in Sheffield. They run in partnership between Citizens Advice Sheffield, Cloverleaf Advocacy and Disability Sheffield.

An advocate is someone who can support you to express your views and wishes, and help you stand up for your rights. Mind have produced an article called ‘Advocacy in Mental Health’ which can help you understand more about their role.

If you need an advocate for yourself, friends or family, call the Sheffield Advocacy hub on 0800 035 0396 or email

If you are a professional and would like to discuss a referral call 0114 226 1674 or email

Types of Advocacy

The Advocacy Hub provide all statutory advocacy in Sheffield. ‘Statutory advocacy’ is a type of advocacy which you are legally entitled to because of your circumstances.

Back to top

Contact Information

Try out our mental health toolkit

Join our community driven website, My Toolkit, which has been co-created to complement the Sheffield Mental Health Guide website. Sign up to create your own confidential space to put together ideas, services, and activities that interest you and support your mental health.

visit My Toolkit now

Other similar services