Rethink Tower Hamlets Carers Service

Carer support

Albert Jacobs House
62 Roman Road
Bethnal Green
Tower Hamlets
GLon
E2 0PG
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Monday - Friday :
9:00am to 5:00pm
Saturday - Sunday :
Closed

This service is unfortunately closing on the 31/3/21 as a result of the funding for the service coming to an end.

 

Other potential sources of support for Carers in Tower Hamlets includes:

  • Carers Centre Tower Hamlets
    The Carers Centre has been commissioned by the Council and CCG to be the one stop service for unpaid carers in Tower Hamlets. It provides a wide range of carer related information and advice including, welfare benefit advice, advocacy, and practical support to enable carers to continue in their caring role.
    Website;
    https://ccth.org.uk/
    Telephone: 020 7790 17657

 

  • Connecting communities: provided by MIND in Tower Hamlets and Newham
    This service offers support and activities to residents affected by mental ill-health, including a carers support group.
    Website:
    https://www.mithn.org.uk/
    Telephone; 020 7510 1081

 

  • Tower Hamlets Recovery College: Provided by East London Foundation Trust
    The Recovery College offers training courses for residents in the borough including courses around
    mindfulness, mental health stigma and carers caring for themselves.
    Website;
    https://thrc.studioreception.net
    Telephone: 0207 426 2332

 

  • Community mental health team
    Care coordinators consider carers support needs as part of their standard assessment process, as required or requested, care coordinators can undertake carer’s assessments to create their own support plan or link carer’s to local carer’s support.

 

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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