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We will support you through the process and help in any way we can.
If we are able, we’ll inform you of this during your contact with us. If you want to self refer for counselling either email at the same address or call our office line on 02 during office hours Monday-Friday.
Open to all carers aged 18 , 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the Carers FIRST's Carers Forum aims to give carers the opportunity to chat with others who may find themselves in similar situations, offer each other advice and support and share experiences about what helped them.
There’s no pressure when you use our online helpline, you can use it as little or often as you like.
If this is your first time using it, we understand that it may be daunting.
If someone you care for is dying or has died, the Sue Ryder online community is a place to share experiences, get things off your chest, ask questions and chat to people who understand.
Young and young adult carers (aged 13-25) can access online support on The Mix’s online community.We keep all information confidential within our organisation.However – if you disclose information regarding a serious crime (such as terrorism) or about a child or an ‘adult at risk’ who may be at risk of harm, the law may require us to breach your confidentiality.Developed by Carer Support Wiltshire, YACbook has up-to-date information on a range of subjects aimed at young adult carers such as mental health, education and work, and has regular blog posts and video interviews from young adult carers.You can also get involved and submit your own stories to the blog.All conversations with peer advocates via phone, chat or text are free and confidential.