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Online support for unpaid carers in Greenwich

Are you one of the thousands of people in Greenwich looking after someone regularly? Perhaps you care for a parent, partner, child, sibling, neighbour or friend?

We're here to support you in your caring role. We work with Greenwich Carers Centre and the Council to provide a range of free online services to support you, in addition to what is already available.


Kick-start with our
Email Course

To kick-start your support from us, sign-up to our five-part email course, designed specifically to help unpaid carers. Establish strong foundations to your care or double check you have the essentials in place.

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Connect with other carers

We're by carers and for carers. This means that community and support from other carers is at the heart of what we do. You can connect with carers through our Facebook Group and meet other carers on our virtual cuppas. We use all of this to inform our weekly email support, so that we're always addressing what's important to carers right-now.

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Speak to someone

If you struggle to find time to talk to someone about your caring role, our Carer Support Team are available from 8am to 10pm, seven-days a week. You'll speak with another carer about the things that matter to you.

Mini carers-assessment

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Are you thinking about having a carers assessment, but wondering what benefit it will bring? Take three minutes to tell us some simple information and we'll follow up with an email which includes a simple checklist of things to do next. As well as details of how to get a full carers assessment in your area.

Join our community of unpaid carers on Facebook 🙏

We're a community of unpaid carers who come together and ask questions, discuss many different topics and provide helpful top tips and solutions to caring.

If you're an unpaid carer, all you will need is a Facebook account to join. 

Remember, you don't have to do this alone - let us support you. 

Join our online cuppas for unpaid carers, at a time that suits you ☕

Where unpaid carers come to connect over Zoom and chat about the serious (and fun) things. Don't just take our word though - here's what carers have said:

“People were honest about how things were for them without it feeling panicky. I came away with the motivation to take action on a couple of things. Plus a lovely bunch of people.”

Support for carers in Greenwich

If you're a carer supporting someone in Greenwich, we’re here to help with practical and emotional support. Remember, you don’t have to wait until crisis point before asking for help - the earlier you ask, the bigger difference it can make.

Greenwich Carers Centre
The Greenwich Carers Centre in Charlton has a team of dedicated and professional support workers who are on hand to support you with any aspect of your caring role. Once registered, you will have a named support worker to advise and support you.

The Stables, 76 Hornfair Road, Charlton, London, SE7 7BD (next to Charlton House)
Phone: 0300 300 2233

Greenwich Adult Social Care Team
"In Greenwich, we appreciate the immense contribution of unpaid carers to our community - we also know that caring can sometimes be overwhelming and difficult to fit around your other commitments. That's why we have a range of services that can help and support you to care." - Greenwich Council

Contact Adult Social Care
Telephone: 020 8921 2304

Greenwich Carers Support Group
Runs every 3rd Monday of the month from 2pm via Zoom.
Support group for carers of people accessing mental health teams. Socialising, peer support, educational with guest speakers. The group is facilitated by former carer Matthew Mckenzie.

The next date for the group can be seen by visiting:

Live Well Greenwich
Live Well in Greenwich offers local information, events and support to improve your health and wellbeing.

Why not also browse through our 'Help for carers' guide? Whether we're new to caring or old hands at it, looking for emotional, practical or financial support, we've got you covered.







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