Surrey Young Carers
If you are a young person, and you help care for someone who has an illness, a disability, or is affected by mental ill-health or alcohol/substance misuse, we can help you. We support children from Year 1 upwards.
We can provide support and opportunities to meet – and have fun with – other children and young people in similar positions. And we really understand how these extra responsibilities can affect your daily life, schoolwork and time for friends.
We support young carers all across Surrey and from every type of family. You might be looking after a brother or sister with autism, or a parent with a disability.
We provide a range of support depending on your situation, from activities to provide time out from your caring role and meet children in a similar position, to more intensive groups and tailored one-to-one help, for young carers in a more difficult situation.
How to refer
A parent, a teacher or someone working with the family can refer a child or young person to Surrey Young Carers (part of Action for Carers Surrey) and apply for our support. We will then assess the child’s situation, to see if we can provide suitable help.
Get in touch
If you’d like to get in touch with us to find out more about the service and how it can help. Please call us on 01483 568 269, or email firstname.lastname@example.org