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Total Voice Lincolnshire (TVL)

TVL provides advocacy services for people in Lincolnshire. Advocacy is a free, independent and confidential service available to help you to understand and be fully involved in important decisions about your life.

You can speak to an advocate on the phone or email. You can visit us during one of our drop-in sessions, or you can speak to us on a ward or residential setting when we visit. We will make contact with you if you are referred to us by your social worker, care manager or health professional.

Advocacy is about helping you when you're making difficult decisions to:

  • speak up to make your views and wishes heard
  • think through different choices and options available to you so you can make your own decisions
  • understand your rights
  • represent your views if you are unable to do so yourself

We work with adults with disabilities, people who are disadvantaged or socially excluded. We work with children and young people in and who are cared for by Lincolnshire County Council to resolve issues relating to their care, welfare and circumstances. We also work with carers.

TVL is a partnership that brings together specialist services to support vulnerable adults, children and young people. Partner organisations are:

Who to contact

01522 706580
Total Voice Lincolnshrie

Where to go

Total Voice Lincolnshire
Unit 6, Allenby Business Village
Crofton Road

From 1st July 2015, our services will be accessed via The Hub is a single point of contact for advocacy services. 

We provide a telephone advocacy service, run by fully-trained advocates Monday-Friday, 9am to 8pm and Saturday's, 10am to 4pm.

Advocates provide drop-in sessions in Citizens Advice offices in Lincoln, Boston and Stamford. Advocates also provide visiting advocacy services to residental care settings for older people, and to 4 long-term children's homes and 2 disabled children and young people's centres.

Time / Date Details

Session Information
Fortnightly drop-in sessions in Citizens Advice offices in Lincoln
Boston and Stamford

Other Details


Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type


Referral required
Professional Referral
Referral Details

For statutory advocacy services, you will need to be referred to us by the local authority - your social worker, care manager or health professional. Different eligibility criteria apply. For more information about our services and eligibility and to download a referral form, please visit our website:

Specific age range
All ages
Local Offer

Local Offer

This service is listed for your information. Its inclusion on the Family Services Directory does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by Lincolnshire County Council. For more information, go to Terms & Conditions

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