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Welcome to Advocacy Highland

Coronavirus Pandemic –

Continuing Changes to Advocacy Support


The safety of our partners and our team is of the utmost importance to us, which is why we are following government advice during this Coronavirus Pandemic. All staff continue to work from home and face to face advocacy is limited. We are able to support people by phone, video link or email at this time.


If you would like an advocate to support you with an issue, please phone 01463 233460 or email


For more information about the Coronavirus Pandemic, please see:


NHS Scotland


Scottish Government



Advocacy Highland is an independent voluntary organisation which provides free and confidential independent advocacy in the Highland region for individuals over 16 years old, who need to be supported to speak up about specific issues.

This, whilst not exclusive, will focus on key priority groups including those with mental ill health, learning disabilities, Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and those groups who are frail and elderly, with due recognition of diverse and marginalised groups.

Visit our What is advocacy? page for more info.


Advocacy Highland need volunteers to help people make decisions which affect their life and to be listened to and respected for who they are, sticking with them through thick and thin.


Here you will find a list of our publications, including booklets, reports and leaflets, as well as our newsletters.

Make a Donation

We are a registered charity. Our charity registration number is SCO35363. This means that we are allowed to fundraise and collect money for our organisation. If you would like to make a donation, please click for more info.