Zebra Access Advocacy will always adhere to the Advocacy ‘Code of Practice’ recommended by Advocacy QPM
In person Advocacy will be available on the following days and times:
- First week of the month Wednesday, Wolverhampton Lighthouse: 12.30-3pm
Light House Media Centre
Fryer Street, Wolverhampton
- Second week of the month Wednesday, Walsall Library : 12.30-3pm
Lichfield Street Hub Library
Lichfield St, Walsall, WS1 1TR
You can request appointments or videocall on Tuesday and Thursday
For more information or enquiries about the advocacy service, please contact our Advocacy Officer, Trent Szilva Beasley at firstname.lastname@example.org or Text/Facetime/WhatsApp 07472 959315.
By contacting our advocacy service, you give your consent to Zebra Access into storing your information. You can remove your consent anytime you ask us to.
Please provide name, date of birth, address, contact number, email if you are first time service user.
Our Advocacy service offers confidential, impartial and independent support and will:
- Be honest with you
- Respect your privacy
- Stand up for you
- Treat you as an equal
- Listen to you and help you to say what you want
- Only do what you ask them to
Our Advocacy service can offer the following lists below:
- Making some phone calls
- Filling in forms (such as PIP, JSA, UC, ESA, Housing Benefit, etc.)
- Attend meetings with the client (such as PIP assessment, appeal hearing, etc)
- Translating letters
- Checking if a BSL interpreter has been booked for your appointments/meetings.
- Making complaints
- Help you to find information
- Referral and signposting to different services / organisations
- Safeguarding concerns
- Reporting hate crime
Your Advocate cannot:
- Give you advice or choose for you
- Take other people’s side
- Work with you ALL the time
Your Advocate is NOT the same as:
- A friend or family member
- A lawyer or solicitor
- Other people who work with you, like social workers and health care workers.
Zebra Access CIO provides services and support to Deaf, Deaf Blind and Hard of Hearing people with thanks to The National Lottery Community Fund. Services includes Employment Services, English/Maths tutorials, Advocacy, Community Development, BSL/Deaf Awareness, drop-in sessions dealing with a range of queries, complaints, form filling, and many more. Zebra Access staff and volunteers have the right to work in a safe and abuse free environment. The organisation will not tolerate any kind of abuse against its staff, volunteers or property.find out More