Salford Carers Service

Salford Carers Service has been supporting carers locally since 2001. We offer a comprehensive range of support, tailored to individual carer’s needs.

Unwaged carers are often looking after someone simply because they care, and this can be tough. Being a carer can be stressful with very little me time. I give help and support to those people helping and supporting others.

If you look after someone who has mental health issues, physical disability, long term illness, learning disability, drug or alcohol issues, dementia or frailty due to old age, we are here to support you.

Our team can offer 1-to-1 information, advice and emotional support, we can signpost you to other services and support you to access a Carers Assessment.

Services include outreach services in our local community, as well as working with a host of partners in health, social care and the voluntary sector to make sure that carers are identified and supported in a timely way.

We have an award winning young carers and young adult carers service which works closely educational providers in the Salford and other youth service providers; our support is for the whole family.

We work with other non statutory partners in the city, such as the Lowry Theatre, to ensure we can support carers tackle the poverty of isolation.

You can stay up to date with our activities by following us on the website & via Twitter, or sign up for our monthly E-Newsletter for adult carers by emailing us.

Contact us to find out more:

Address: Salford Carers’ Service, Langworthy Cornerstones, 451 Liverpool Street, Salford, M6 5QQ.


Tel: 0161 212 5451

Do you need to make a referral? Click to download the forms here:

Adult Service Referral Form July 19

Enhanced Referral Form 2019

Salford Young Carers referral Form – July 2019

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