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Advocacy in West Berkshire is available to you if you are an older person, a carer, a person with a disability or a mental health illness.

The service will help you to:

  • access information and services
  • be involved in decisions
  • explore choices and options
  • defend and promote your rights
  • speak out about issues that matter to you and have your voice heard. 

Military Advocacy  - Supporting veterans and their families

This Independent, free service is open to anyone with a military background and their close family members or partners who need support. It does not matter how long you spent in service, or how long ago it was.

An advocate will support you in getting your voice heard when trying to access services to improve your quality of life. We will represent your interests and defend and promote your rights.

Military advocacy can also support veterans who are in prison or detained under the Mental Health Act.

Who to contact

0300 343 5731
SEAP - Advocacy support

West Berkshire branch contact details for people who do not have a learning disability:

seAp P O Box 375, Hastings, TN34 9HU


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In West Berkshire, seAp delivers Community Advocacy services for people who have a learning disability, in partnership with West Berkshire Advocacy (WEBCAS).

For clients with learning disabilities, contact West Berkshire Advocacy:


Postal address: West Berkshire Advocacy, Broadway House, 4-8 The Broadway, Newbury RG14 1BA

Phone: 01635 760 535