Harrow Carers Centre

What does it do?

Harrow Carers is the leading carers support organisation in Harrow. Since 1996, we have developed a network of services and support for carers to reduce the burden and increase the life chances of unpaid carers who provide support for people in the community who are ill, frail, disabled and disadvantaged in many ways.

Our overall aim is to improve carers  well being including carers access to financial benefits, social welfare and housing, counseling, respite breaks and leisure opportunities.

We also support young carers caring for parents or other family members by making sure that they are not providing inappropriate levels of care, and that they have the support they need to learn, to develop and to thrive.

Who it is for?

For local carers. A Carer is any person who receives no pay for supporting a parent or relative, an elderly, physically and mentally ill or disabled person or persons experiencing substance abuse and those with terminal conditions.

Where it is available?

Local service (Harrow).

How to access or apply for it:

Contact us as above

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Info last updated:

10/02/2016