Our Advocacy services were expanded further, to include IMCA, NHS complaints and to take LD advocacy in house.
2015 also saw us expand our community Advocacy Hub to cover the newly introduced Care Act advocacy. We also started teacher training for mindfulness, and expand our training services for organisations.
In 2015 we greatly extended our services further, incorporating Independent Mental Health Advocacy services in Salford and Prestwich Secure Hospital and CAMHS service, and a Welfare Rights and Debt Advice service for people with mental health problems, following a merger with SMHSCAB.
In 2014, we won and retained major funding streams to maintain both the advocacy and ecotherapy services.
We expanded the advocacy service to be a much more comprehensive hub, including over 60s and physical and sensory impairments advocacy, and, in partnership with Salford Being Heard, providing learning difficulties advocacy.