Get in touch today with our partner the B&NES Carers’ Centre on 0800 0388 885. They can advise you on how to arrange support for yourself and your family. They also provide days out, counselling, one-to-one support and more for young carers.
You can also (or ask a friend’s mum and dad, a doctor or teacher to) contact us to tell us about your situation so that we can find out more about how we can help.
Wellbeing Options - supports people in Bath and North East Somerset to live full and independent lives. Here you will find information about local care providers, services and activities, along with links to other useful websites and resources.
Our partner the Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health partnership (AWP) has some information for young carers and links to organisations that can help.
National information for young carers
Carers Direct have videos, carers' stories and lots of useful info for young carers.
Carers UK is a charity set up to help the millions of people who look after an older, disabled or seriously ill family member or friend.
You can get lots of information and advice from the YCNet website. It has online forums, so you can chat to other young carers and share your experiences.
Childline are a charity offering support and advice to young people.
They have lots of advice for young carers.
And you can also call their helpline - tel 0800 1111.
The Children's Society provides information, advice and support for young carers across the country.
Barnardos provide support and information for young carers.
The Carers Trust's Young Carers website offers information for young carers.
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