Help in a crisis during Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic

During this COVID-19 pandemic there may have to be changes in the way some of our services work. Please contact the service directly to check how services are being delivered and follow their advice.

Outside of office hours please contact your GP service or visit NHS 111.

Only visit your local Emergency Department for serious life-threatening conditions that need immediate medical attention including persistent severe chest pain, loss of consciousness, acute confused state, severe blood loss, serious burns, suspected stroke.

Support groups

Carers' Federation Adult Carer Support service

two carers sitting and talkingThe Carers Federation Adult Carer Support service provides a wide range of appropriate and impartial information and support for all carers across Nottinghamshire who look after someone with an illness, disability or frailty; or is experiencing mental health. Our team work with carers on an individual basis to identify what support they need, they will also refer and signpost to other relevant organisations where appropriate.

The Carers' Council - Allies in Adult Mental Health

The Carer's Council is a registered charity providing support to those people affected by mental ill health. They hold bi-monthly social meetings as well as occasional evening meetings, outings and other activities. There is no membership charge but voluntary contributions are welcome.

See our website: http://www.carers-council.org.uk

To find out more, please contact Geoff Curtis.

Tel: 0115 963 1916

Email: geoffcurtis@ymail.com

Winter Carers Council Newletter 2019.pdf [pdf] 226KB

Carer groups

Visit the Nottinghamshire Carers Hub or the Carers Federation for details of support groups and see below.

Bipolar UK Nottingham Support Group

triangle of care self assessment day - group of people around tablesThe Support Group is free to attend and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers. Find out more about Bipolar UK support groups.

The group meets on the first Thursday of every month, from 7pm - 9pm.

The rooms are behind the main church building accessible via the car park. The building has a communal access door which is locked, please ring the doorbell.

The venue has a lift. No public parking is available, so it may be advisable to use public transport. The nearest tram stop is Nottingham Trent University. You can contact the support groups team on tel: 0333 323 3885 or email: supportgroups@bipolaruk.org.

Family support - Autism

Family support Autism East Midlands - parent programme and family support hubs.

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