Scarborough and Ryedale carers' resource

What does it do?

Support for carers. Scarborough and Ryedale carers' resource is made up of a team of
experienced, professional and friendly staff providing practical and
emotional support to all carers in the Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale
areas. Their stated purpose is to make the difference in ensuring that
carers are recognised, empowered and supported.

Some of the services offered by the carers' centre and carers' resource are:
Confidential information, advice, emotional support and representation;
A carer assessment on behalf of North Yorkshire County Council;
Benefits advice;
Regular information by way of circulars, bulletins or newsletters;
Referrals to other specialist support organisations;
Information sessions, courses and other related activities;
Advice on employment;
and Young carers' services for young people who care for a relative, offering
one-to-one support, clubs and new opportunities (provided by Action for
Children in Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale).

The carers' centres and carers' resources work in partnership with carers, carer
groups and other organisations to improve services for carers and
promote their interests.

Who it is for?

The carers' resource provides information, advice and support for carers, no matter what their age, race, religion or needs.

Where it is available?

Local service (Craven).

What it costs:

The service is free of charge.

How to access or apply for it:

Telephone: 01723 850155 (24-hour answer phone)

96 High Street
North Yorkshire
YO13 9AJ


Info last updated:

96 High Street, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO13 9AJ