Support for carers
Carers are people from all walks of life who provide unpaid care and support to a relative, friend or neighbour who can’t manage without their help.
You don't need to live in an Alliance home to access our help.
Most carers don’t label themselves ‘carers’ – they’re husbands, wives, sons, daughters or friends that do what they can to help someone who’s struggling.
It’s very common for people with caring responsibilities to neglect their own needs to prioritise the needs of who they care for. If this sounds like you, we’re here to help.
You can read more about us and what we do to support unpaid carers at the bottom of this page, or use our contact form below to speak to us and find out if we could help you or someone you know.
What we offer
The Carers Support Alliance service is funded by North Somerset Council and North Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group.
If you feel like you need help, you can get a carer's needs assessment from the Single Point of Assessment Team at North Somerset Council.