City Carer Support Services
We are here to support you if you take care of someone who is receiving care from adult mental health services. Support workers Jude and Emma provide an opportunity for people to talk, be listened to and understood.
We understand how life changing becoming a carer is. We understand the emotional strain, the responsibility and how isolating and overwhelming it can feel. We realise the important role carers play and we want to ensure that their experiences, concerns and opinions are shared and acknowledged, in line with the Carer Strategy and the Triangle of Care.
We are recovery focused and help carers, family and friends build on their own strengths and aspirations. We also support and deliver behavioural family therapy.
We provide support to individuals and groups of carers and increase access to carers' assessments. Find out more about carers' assessments on the NHS website.
We work with other services and agencies to help identify carers across Nottingham City and promote carer issues.
Find out more about us by reading our service leaflet [pdf] 238KB.
We run a carers' group monthly on a Friday, from 11am - 1pm. The group is held at The Carers Federation, 21-23 Pelham Road, NG5 1AP. Why not come along? We would love to meet you.
For more information, call Jude on 0750 099 3479 or Emma on 0778 838 6309.
Service opening hours
Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm.
Accessing our service
Our service is available to carers of service users registered with a GP in Nottingham City.
We receive internal referrals from other services. You can also self-refer directly to the service by contacting the team on 0115 9691300 extension: 16036.
Our site offers disabled access and free parking.
Laurel Suite, Highbury Hospital, Bulwell, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG6 9DR
Telephone: 0115 969 1300 Ext: 16036
Information for health professionals
Referrals should be made via:
Single Point of Access
Adult Mental Health Service
Phone: 0300 300 0010
Fax: 0300 300 0012
Service commissioned by
Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group