About Total Voice Staffordshire
Total Voice Staffordshire supports people to have their voices heard and rights respected. The service is free, independent and confidential.
The Total Voice Staffordshire team is made up of two experienced organisations working together in partnership: the national advocacy charity VoiceAbility and the local advocacy charity Asist.
Together, they provide all statutory advocacy services, through a single point of contact. This means that everyone who contacts Total Voice Staffordshire will only need to explain their needs once to ensure they get the right advocacy service.
Asist is a local advocacy charity with a strong track record of working across the county of Staffordshire for over 23 years. Visit the Asist website.
VoiceAbility is a national advocacy charity embedded in local communities. VoiceAbility has over 30 years’ experience and is the lead partner in Total Voice Staffordshire. Visit the VoiceAbility website.
The new Total Voice service provides:
A dedicated helpline
The advocates will provide you with self-help materials as well as help to make contact with other local support services available.
Face to face advocacy for eligible people, provided by advocates with specialist training in relevant law, care and support processes and working with people with communications needs.