'Helping To Improve The Lives Of Carers And Those They Care For'  


Tel: 01609 780872

info@hrcarers.org.uk
 

Current Vacancies:

Chief Executive Officer

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Young Carer Support Worker (5-16)

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Welcome to Hambleton & Richmondshire Carers Centre

Providing confidential support, advice and information to carers of all ages across Hambleton and Richmondshire.

Are you providing unpaid support and care to a partner, family member or friend who has a physical or mental health illness, a disability or learning disability or who has issues relating to substance misuse, or who is elderly?

Anyone who is supporting someone on a regular basis is a carer and a carer can be of any age. We provide support to carers across all ages.

Many carers do not realise that they have a recognised role and simply see themselves as someone doing their best to cope while they look after someone. It is common for a carer to neglect their own health needs, lose touch with friends and feel overwhelmed by their responsibilities. Young carers can struggle at school, find it hard to make and keep friends and are known to be vulnerable to risk-taking behaviours and are more likely to be bullied than other young people.  Hambleton & Richmondshire Carers Centre is a local registered charity and Company Limited by Guarantee which was established in 1994.

How we can help:

  • Provide advice and information to carers and their families.
  • Provide a listening ear and emotional support when needed.
  • Work in partnership with carers to raise awareness of their issues.
  • Provide social groups and activities to reduce isolation and build confidence

If you are a professional and would like to make a referral to our services click 'here'.

Young Carers:

If you are under the age of 18 click 'here' to find out about the young carers support service.

We have been awarded:

The Carers Trust:

Hambleton & Richmondshire Carers Centre is a Network Partner of the Carers Trust.

The Carers Trust Vision: "A world where the role and contribution of unpaid carers is recognised and they have access to the quality support and services they need to live their own lives."

Supported by: