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Staffordshire will move to very high COVID alert level on 2 December

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,
Beaconside,
Stafford,
ST18 0TW

sscrs@cgl.org.uk

07809 587007

CGL Staffordshire Independent Visitor Project

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

ssypp@cgl.org.uk

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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