Advocacy Volunteer Training

Do you want to help people with OCD or BDD fight for their rights? With flexible volunteering hours, full training and guidance, and the opportunity to learn new skills and expertise - the Advocacy Volunteer role could be for you!

We are looking for passionate, dedicated volunteers to join our Advocacy team. Run by our Advocacy Manger Collette, Lead Advocate Rochelle, and brilliant team of volunteers, our Advocacy for OCD Service is the only one of its kind in the UK. This Lottery funded project is going from strength to strength and we are now receiving more cases than ever, so we need  your help to ensure we can support as many people as possible in 2017.

The next training dates have now been confirmed for the 20th and 22nd February from 10-4pm, in London at the OCD Action Office in Islington.

We will provide you with all the training you need to effectively carry out the role, so no previous Advocacy experience is required. What we are looking for, are hard working volunteers with a passion for helping people affected by mental ill health, and a willingness to learn. 

If you are interested in volunteering, then don't delay in getting in touch! You can contact our Lead Advocate Rochelle Lewis-Kennedy for more information on 020 7253 5272, or email

Alternatively, take a look at the role description and application form, and email it back to , or post to: OCD Action, Suite 506-507 Davina House, 137-149 Goswell Road, London, EC1V 7ET.