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Identify a range of services Independent Advocates commonly signpost to
An advocate can signpost you to people who can help you with claiming benefit entitlements, legal advice, or help with accommodation or childcare. [ Advocates are there to provide support; they will help people access these services, but are unable to carry out the work themselves. ]
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