Oxford Carers Support Service

Carer support

The Rectory Centre
29 Rectory Road
Oxford
Oxfordshire
OX4 1BU
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Monday - Friday :
9.00am - 5.00pm
Saturday - Sunday :
Closed

Oxford Carers Support believes that carers have an invaluable role in helping people recover from mental illness and that they should be acknowledged, valued and supported. We place people who use our services at the centre of everything we do.

We provide high quality services and welcome feedback from service users to constantly develop and improve them. We are a highly experienced team of senior mental health recovery workers, working across Oxfordshire, specialising in supporting carers of people living with a mental illness.

We work closely with Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership, signposting and referring to services and providing a carers course within the Oxfordshire Recovery College.

The service provides specialist training sessions to unpaid carers throughout the year including: -
Caring and coping
Mental health first aid (adult and youth)

We deliver Youth Mental Health First Aid training - you can view more information on this here

 

 

Your Feedback - Friends & Family Test

We really value the feedback of people who come into contact with our service.

You can visit this link to complete one quick question anonymously to let us know your views.

Select South East from the 'Region' drop down box and then select 'Oxford Carers' to enter your feedback.

 

 

The Carers Hub

Rethink Mental Illness was founded by carers of people with mental illness and as a result its really important to us to have easily accessible information that mental health carers need on our website.

You can visit the Rethink Carers Hub webpages that are specifically designed for mental health carers, which have a range of fact-sheets and other information covering topics such as confidentiality for carers, carers assessments, benefits for carers, respite and how to support someone who is suicidal.  that is specifically designed for mental health carers here 

 

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