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Specialist children and young people's advocacy

Change Grow Live (CGL) provide advocacy and independent visitor services for the following groups of children and young people:

The service is available to children and young people from the above groups between the ages of 5 to 18 years, and up to the age of 25 for those with SEND, or for care leavers.


How do I get in contact?

You can contact them, or you can ask someone to contact them for you by:

CGL Staffordshire advocacy project

Unit 30,
Staffordshire Business Village,
Staffordshire Technology Park,
ST18 0TW


07809 587007

CGL Staffordshire Independent Visitor Project

Unit 30,
Staffordshire Business Village,
Staffordshire Technology Park,
ST18 0TW


01785 887954 / 07912 120158


Referral forms

Advocacy project

Independent visitor project

Please note: this service is only available for looked after children in Staffordshire.

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