Sheffield Mental Health CAB & Advocacy Service
About Sheffield Mental Health CAB & Advocacy Service
One of only two specialist CABs in the country supporting adults with mental health difficulties to make sure they get the benefits and services they are entitled to and to help them speak up for themselves. Select About Us on the menu above to find out more.

From 1 November 2013, Sheffield Mental Health Citizens Advice Bureau and Advocacy Service has joined with other advice agencies across Sheffield to form Sheffield Citizens Advice. For further information about this please see
Advice The bureau provides an advice service (CAB) for people using mental health services in Sheffield.

If you’re not using a mental health service at the moment you can use one of the other advice centres in the Advice Sheffield network.

Important Notice: Are you having problems getting through by phone - please read our notice for information.


Visit news - what's new? to find out the latest!

      • Vacancies currently being advertised - visit our website for info.

      • Latest issue - Hot off the press! On the Case - June 2014 the first published since advice services in Sheffield merged to form Sheffield Citizens Advice.  For previous issues visit our Publications & newsletters page.

      • Come and find out about how Advocacy can support you at the St Mary's Social Cafe - see attached flyer for dates and more information.

      • NEW: Latest (and last!) annual report available to download.  You can also see our previous annual reports on our about us - achievements page.

      • NEWS: We are the focus of new report by the Centre for Mental health which makes the busines case for welfare advice services for mental health service users.  See news - what's new? for more information.

      • NEWS: Sheffield Mental Health CAB and Advocacy Service announce merger - See news - what's new? for more information.

      • Campaigns: see our current campaigns page for more information.

      • New - Benefit changes booklet - find out what is happening with Welfare Reform.


If you would like to find out more about us and be added to our mailing list, please complete our mailing list form which can be found on our Keep informed page.


Service disruption

Please note that we are closed on public holidays. The next public holidays we are closed will be the May Day Bank Holiday: Monday, 4 May 2015