Cambridgeshire and Peterborough

We run the Total Voice Cambridgeshire and Peterborough advocacy service, in partnership with Cambridgeshire Deaf Association and NYAS. Visit the dedicated Total Voice website or scroll down to find out more.


Separate to the Total Voice service, we runs Speak Out Council, which acts as a voice for people in Cambridgeshire with a learning disability or who are on the autistic spectrum. In Huntingdon, we run Dreamers' Bar, which is an information drop-in for disabled people.

Call us:
0300 222 5704

Text us:
07860 018481


Follow us on Facebook:
/totalvoicecp/

Follow us on Twitter:
@TotalVoiceCP

Write to us:
Unit 1, The Old Granary, Westwick, Oakington, Cambridge, CB24 3AR / 27 London Road, Peterborough, PE2 8AN

Our Total Voice Cambridgeshire and Peterborough service provides:

A dedicated helpline

Everyone who contacts the Total Voice Advocacy Helpline can talk to us about what advocacy options, self-help materials and other services are available for them. We will work hard to ensure you get information and the right support from advocates to meet your needs. People who are not eligible will be assisted to make contact with relevant local support services.

A dedicated local website

Find out more about advocacy options, self-help materials and other services available for you on our dedicated Total Voice Cambridgeshire and Peterborough website.

One-to-one advocacy

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.

Our advocates can support you to:

  • Talk about your situation.
  • Identify what you want to happen.
  • Make a plan and work towards it.

Advocacy is about supporting you to work towards outcomes that you choose. Your advocate will listen to you, and help you identify what things you want to happen. This will help you both to create a plan which you will work towards with your advocate.

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Do you have personal experience or a strong interest in disability, mental health or related rights issues? Then we would love to hear from you! Join us as a volunteer and help people with care and support needs to have their views heard, be in control and understand their rights. 

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The Speak Out Council acts as a voice for people in Cambridgeshire with a learning disability or who are on the autistic spectrum.

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Dreamers is a lively drop-in information bar where local disabled people can access information about what is happening in their local community, and how they can get the support they need.

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