Peer Advocacy in Mental Health
The Irish Advocacy Network Peer Advocacy Service for People with mental health Challenges has taken steps to respond to the current crisis.
Based on Government advice we will not be providing a face to face service at the moment.
Specific to our services operating in the Republic of Ireland we will continue to provide contacts for clients and other parties via our national phonelines (01) 872 8684 and (01) 445 2350 Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. Email will continue to be operational.
For anyone seeking support from our services operating from Belfast please note in the event of restricted access to wards due to COVID-19, that manager of Irish Advocacy Network Peer Advocacy services can be contacted directly by phone or email. This option is available to both patients and staff.
Paul McFall: 07544 618 058 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are currently working on other technological solutions to providing our advocacy services remotely.
We will closely monitor the situation and provide updates on our website.
We urge all our clients and contacts to follow Government advice:-
- wash your hands
- minimise social contact
Further information on keeping yourself safe, symptoms and what to do if you think you have been infected by COVID-19 is provided by the HSE:
The HSE can answer questions on the virus through HSE Live:
Please be aware if you are having difficulty getting through to us or experiencing any delay in receiving a response it may be due to an increased demand for our advocacy services. We urge you to be patient while we do our best to respond.
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