Total Advocacy rebrands to Cloverleaf Advocacy following successful service retention bid
Cloverleaf Advocacy to continue to deliver statutory advocacy services in North Yorkshire until 2025!
We are delighted to confirm that Cloverleaf Advocacy has successfully retained the Independent Advocacy and Independent Health Complaints Advocacy services for North Yorkshire until 2025.
Following the successful retender bid, the service - currently known as Total Advocacy – will transition across to our Cloverleaf Advocacy branding in the coming weeks as we look to simplify our identity as a leading provider of advocacy services across the North of England.
Behind the fresh look, the team delivering the service remains the same and the high professional level of advocacy support will continue as before.
Feedback on both services has been positive and we endeavour to carry on our support of those seeking our advocacy services and helping those most at risk in our communities find their voice.
"The service absolutely makes a positive difference not just to the people we are referring but the professionals they are working with because having advocacy involvement is helping them to understand that our clients have the right to be heard and to be as independent as possible despite the difficulties they are experiencing at any time."
Cloverleaf Advocacy has been providing advocacy and peer support for over 25 years. An Independent charity based in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, we provide person-centred advocacy services for people with mental health needs, people with learning disabilities, people with physical or sensory impairments, acquired brain injury, older people, and carers. This includes self-advocacy and service user involvement initiatives across a range of settings: in the community, in hospitals, psychiatric units (including medium and low secure units), residential and nursing homes.
Cloverleaf Advocacy CEO, Suzi Henderson commented; “We are delighted to have retained the North Yorkshire Advocacy service for a further term. Our colleagues have faced many unchartered challenges throughout the pandemic, and it is a testament to their skill and commitment that we have been able to secure the retender. We look forward to strengthening our partnerships across North Yorkshire and continuing the good practices already in place.”
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