Barry had been on a mental health ward under Section 3 of the Mental Health Act for over 6 months. He was assessed as medically fit for discharge but subjected to a delayed discharge as professionals wanted him to go into a Care Home.  An n-compass advocate supported Barry to voice his wishes and feelings about wanting to go home and requested an urgent Deprivation of Liberty application. Our advocate represented Barry at a professional’s review meeting, expressing concerns regarding the delayed discharge and why his family had not been involved. Our advocate also requested a best interest meeting to discuss Barry’s Human Rights under Article 8, i.e., his right to live life privately and enjoy family relationships. With his family and Social Care also present, they discussed the risks and benefits of returning home, least restrictive options, Barry’s wellbeing, and support packages. Subsequently Barry returned home to live with his family, trialing a care package.