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Salford Carers Centre

A part of the Gaddum Charity

Registered Charity Number 507162

Telephone: 0161 833 0217

Do you look after someone? You could be a carer

If you look after someone, Salford Carers Centre could help you.

A carer is someone, of any age, who provides unpaid support to family or friends. This could be caring for a relative, partner or friend or neighbour who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental ill health or substance misuse problems.

Do you care for your mum? your son? your daughter? your wife? your sister? your father? your brother? a friend or neighbour? - if so you could be a carer.

At Salford Carers Centre we can help you access a wide range of services that could help make things easier for you. Carers have different needs and the Centre can assist you with helpful advice, information or support in your caring role or concerns such as: health issues, equipment, entitlements, Carers Personal Budgets, Carers Assessments, practical or emotional support. Carers may even be juggling paid work with their unpaid caring responsibilities at home. Take a look at the 'Support' tab.

For more information about the services, help or advice we provide please contact us by telephone 0161 833 0217 or email us at see Contact tab

Contact the Centre to request a FREE Carers Information Pack or to make a one-to-one appointment with our Support Workers.

Our 'Support groups for carers in Salford' booklet has been reprinted.
If you would like a copy please give us ring 0161 833 0217 or click on this link
Support Groups for carers in Salford (the link may take a few moments to upload)
There are many carer support groups in the city. Some are geographically based, others are illness, condition or disability specific.

We support carers from all areas in the city of Salford: Broughton, Pendlebury, Claremont, Weaste, Seedley, Langworthy, Little Hulton, Walkden, Worsley, Eccles, Swinton, Kersal, Irwell Riverside, Winton, Barton, Boothstown, Ellenbrook, Ordsall, Irlam, Cadishead.

'Are you affected by someone else's chronic drug or alcohol problems?'

'Would you like some help or support?'

Please contact the Centre to speak to our dedicated Carer Support Worker.
Telephone 0161 833 0217.

The help and support I received was excellent and a real comfort to me, I wasn’t sure what to do and your centre kept me calm and focussed.

Before I came to visit I felt very scared and isolated. Liz gave me fantastic help and support and I am so grateful to have found you!

Drug Alcohol leaflet 2013

Feedback from carers.....

I am grateful for the help and advice I received from them. Thank you all. My father lives in Salford and I live in Cheshire, I need to be certain I can access help from you despite the different areas Thank you Andrea – well done

It helped me greatly through a difficult time. I gained honest advice and help. Knowing that support is always available when ever needed.

It was really helpful that I was able to speak to someone apart from family etc. who was able to understand, plus having the experience and knowledge with respect to caring for an aged parent.

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