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Young Carers' Hub Rochdale

We provide information, advice and a wide range of specialist support services designed to help adult and young Carers continue in their caring role for as long as they choose and reduce the impact the caring role can have on their own health and wellbeing. 

We work directly with individual Carers to discuss their concerns and needs, and design a tailored personalised support package.

Support available includes: 

*Specialist 1-2-1 and group support.
*A dedicated support worker.
*Peer support.
*Information and support to take a break from the caring role including a volunteer led sitting in service and My Time Voucher Scheme.
*Information, advice and guidance on a range of Carers related matter.
*Local Carers Coffee and Chat Groups online and face to face.
*A 24/7 volunteer led Carers Help and Talk CHAT Line.
*Access to a range of digital/online resources and activities.
*Access to online support including our Carers Community Network.
*Support to access community, health and wellbeing services.

For young carers we can also:

*Help carers and families think about what would make the difference.
*Provide Peer Support with other Young Carers.
*Help Young Carers have a voice.
*Access support in school and college.
*Help Young Carers take a break for their caring role.

More information is on the website.

Lock 50 Business Centre, Oldham Road, Rochdale, OL16 5RD
Umbrella org:
CANW / n-compass North West
Area serviced:
Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale
0345 0138 208
Opening times:
Monday - Friday 8.00am till 6.00pm
Who is it for:
Young Carers
How to apply:
Telephone, E-mail or visit website

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Someone who looks after another, either as a job or often through family responsibilities
Information and support for children, parents, guardians or anyone wanting information about childhood issues.
Help, support and guidance for people who are wanting to reach out for extra support within the community.
Connect with the people around you. With family, friends, colleagues and neighbours. At home, work, school or in your local community. Think of these as the corner of your life and invest time in developing them. Building these connections will support and enrich you every day.
Help and support for young people who have, or know someone who has mental health issues.