Angus Independent Advocacy

Provides independent advocacy to people with specific disabilities


To provide accessible independent advocacy to disadvantaged adults in Angus.

Services provided:

Provide independent advocacy to adults with a mental health problem, learning disability, acquired brain injury, dementia or who have frailty in old age.
Services offered can be:

  • To offer support in confidence
  • Help a person to take more control of their own life
  • Support when making important choices that affect a person’s life and represent their views if and when necessary
  • Act in the person’s best interest to protect their rights when necessary
  • Help to find information about difficult choices which may affect the person and allow them to reach decisions
  • Help to speak to professionals
  • Help to prepare for and accompany a person to meetings.

AIA has currently around thirty volunteer advocates and three part-time paid advocacy workers working across Angus who provide their skills, experiences and enthusiasm to support advocacy users.

Opening hours:

Monday – Friday, 9.00am – 5.00pm.


69 High Street
DD11 1AN

Phone: 01241 434413
Fax: 01241 437 968

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