Do you know how to complain?
Are you being treated fairly? Are you being heard?
Problems can often be sorted out by talking things through with the people involved, or asking someone you trust to help sort things out.
If you are unhappy about how you are treated or unhappy about a service you are getting from the council, you have the right to complain. You can ask for help to do this if you need.
You can ask for an advocate to help make a complaint, or even just help you say what you want to say and make sure your views are listened to.
Wiltshire's advocacy service is provided by CCP, which stands for Caring for Communities and People, the service is independent from the council.
Between 9am - 5pm (Monday to Friday)
The Customer Complaints Team
Telephone: 0330 440 9000
Website: The Advocacy People
You can express your views, or make a complaint via the Mind of My Own app or website.