Young Carer groups

Advice and Support for Young Carers

Young Carers are children who look after someone in their family who has an illness, a disability, a mental health problem or a substance misuse problem. Young Carers take on practical and/or emotional caring responsibilities that would normally be expected of an adult.
(Princess Royal Trust for Carers)

A Young Carer is anyone under the age of 18 whose life is in some ways restricted because of the need to take responsibility for the care of someone who is ill, has a disability, is experiencing mental distress, or is affected by substance misuse.
(Carers UK)



Young people in caring roles who would like advice or support can contact one of the following agencies:

Centre 33 - Young Carers Project

Cambridge City
Contact: Kate Rees
Tel: 01223 307488
E-mail: youngcarers@centre33.org.uk
www.centre33.org.uk

 

Carers Trust

 

Carers Trust Cambridgeshire support Young Carers and Young Adult Carers aged 8-25 years old and Centre 33 supports Young Carers aged aged 8-18 years old who live in Cambridgeshire.

The organisations offer groups, trips and activities and 1 to 1 support to help Young Carers and Young Adult Carers have a break from their caring duties. 

Tel: 0845 241 0954 or 01480 499098   info@cambsyoungcarers.org.uk 

 

http://www.carerstrustcambridgeshire.org/our-services/young-carers/  

 

Ormiston Trust Young Carers Project

Fenland

Tel: 01945 463337
E-mail: joy.stoner@ormiston.org
www.ormiston.org

 

Cambridgeshire County Council Young Carer support

Please visit the Young Carers page on the County Council website for the most up to date information.