OCD Action

Our new website

Regular visitors to www.ocdaction.org.uk will realise that we have updated our website. We felt that the old site needed updating and we particularly wanted to have a website that;

·        got people to the information and support they wanted quickly

·        helped people to find the information most relevant to them

·        looked more friendly and welcoming

·        worked on phones and tablet devices

Welcome from Emma – our new lead Advocate

I am Emma Pheby, the new Lead Advocate for OCD Action and I will be carrying on with Heather Spankie’s good work. Whilst my office space will be in the North-East, I will be covering the North-East and North-West; like Heather. I will be working three days a week (on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 9-5am) and am here to supervise, help and support the volunteers in the excellent work they are doing.

Volunteer Advocates Wanted

South West England & South Wales and North East England & Yorkshire Advocacy Volunteers Wanted

Could you be an OCD Action Volunteer Advocate?

We’re looking to recruit volunteers in South West England & South Wales and North East England & Yorkshire available for an hour or so during the working week, to provide telephone, email and face-to-face advocacy support to people diagnosed with OCD. You’ll be home-based and training and regular support and case work supervision will be provided.

Helpline Volunteers Needed

OCD Action is looking for volunteers with personal experience of OCD either first hand or as a friend/family member of someone with the condition.

Volunteers will provide confidential and unbiased help, information and support to people affected by OCD who contact us through our helpline and email service. The service operates from our offices in Islington.

You can download a full Helpline Volunteer role description and complete the application form below.

South West England & South Wales Advocacy Volunteers Wanted

Volunteer Advocates Wanted

Could you be an OCD Action Volunteer Advocate?

We’re looking to recruit volunteers in South West England & South Wales available for an hour or so during the working week, to provide telephone, email and face-to-face advocacy support to people diagnosed with OCD. You’ll be home-based and training and regular support and case work supervision will be provided.

Initial 2 days of mandatory training:

10th & 11th May 2013 in South Wales/South West England

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