Collective advocacy East Lothian and Midlothian
About the project
CAPS provides collective advocacy opportunities for people who live in East Lothian or Midlothian and who use, or have used, mental health services. The Mental Health (Care and Treatment) Act 2003 gives people the right to access Independent Advocacy.
Our purpose is to bring together groups of individuals with a common cause to raise awareness, campaign and influence service planning and provision. CAPS works with existing groups in East Lothian and Midlothian to talk about mental health services and other issues that are important to them.
If you, or a group you go to, would like to meet with someone from CAPS then you can contact our East Lothian and Midlothian collective advocacy worker, Ele, on 0131 273 5116, to arrange a meeting or to get more information. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAPS runs a collective advocacy group in East Lothian and Midlothian This group is open to anyone who is living with mental health issues in East Lothian or Midlothian. If you would like to be a part of this group you can contact Ele on the above contact details.
You can find copies of the reports that CAPS has produced relating to East Lothian and Midlothian work below.
- Midlothian Early Action on Mental Health 100 day challenge
- CAPS Welfare Reform Independent Advocacy Report 2018
- Is There Anybody Out There? 2018
- What Works in East Lothian 2016
- East Lothian Crisis Report 2015
- Things to Do, Places to Go, People to See 2013
- East Lothian Things to Do, Places to Go, People to See 2013
- Midlothian Things to Do, Places to Go, People to See 2013
For further information and to get involved contact Ele on 0131 273 5116, or email@example.com