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Safe Places National Network


Address 5th Floor, Empire House, Wakefield Old Road, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, WF12 8DJ

Website https://www.cloverleaf-advocacy.co.uk

Contact Carol Hazeldine

Email safeplaces@cloverleaf-advocacy.co.uk

Telephone 01924 454875

Target groups Kirklees Safe Places scheme welcomes anyone over the age of 16 to join as a member. Anyone can feel unsafe or unsure whilst out and about if something goes wrong. The Safe Place sites available in Kirklees have been trained to be welcoming and helpful to anyone and everyone. There are a variety of venues such as libraries and cafes so you can find a quiet place by yourself or get help The Kirklees Safe Places scheme encourages independence and builds confidence for people over 16 with a learning disability. A Safe Place is there for anyone vulnerable person who needs support when they go out and about. You might also feel vulnerable for some other reason. If you are not sure if the scheme is for you call Carol on  07436 102 758

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About Us

Cloverleaf Advocacy was founded in 1995, to help people with mental health needs speak out and have their voices heard about the things that were important to them.  Our passion to help people be heard means that we now provide services across Yorkshire, Lancashire, Greater Manchester and North and North East Lincolnshire.

Our services support people who have mental health needs, learning disabilities, older people, people with sensory or physical impairment and unpaid carers.

In addition we provide advocacy-related training and qualifications through our City & Guilds Accredited Centre and have provided training to private, public and third sector organisations. 

We are proud that our values remain central to everything we do. Whilst the organisation has grown over the last 20+ years, the services we offer remain tailored to local areas and communities. We are proud to support the Kirklees Safe Places scheme and the National Network.

We hope that people who may not feel confident to access their local community will be able to use the National Network site to access Safe Places within Barnsley MBC and beyond.

Our Values

We believe in;

Choice - people have right to choose how to live

Honesty - People have the right to jargon free information, provided openly.

Challenge oppression- we challenge those that tell people what to do and bully or dominate

Opportunity -  We work to build opportunities for people 

Equality - We believe that people with any form of disability or mental health problem are equal within our society

Support - Support is tailored to persons needs, we listen and aim to help people realise their aims 

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