Birmingham Carers Hub has produced the Partner in Care card. It is available to Carers for FREE and is designed […]Read More
Birmingham Carers Hub offers a wide range of support and services to unpaid Carers in Birmingham. Registering with us, or referring another person, is quick and simple.
Where you can find us
Birmingham Carers Hub Contact Centre
We offer outreach services across the city or if you are unable to travel,
we also offer home visits.
Mini Hub Support Across the City
The following delivery partners based across the city offer Carer’s Assessments and face-to-face appointments but need to be booked in advance.
Registering is free, quick and simple!
Birmingham Carers Hub offers a wide range of support and services to carers in Birmingham. Registering with us, or referring another person, is quick and simple. Please click the relevant button for access to local support for you, or for another
Scroll through our support below
Birmingham Carers Hub runs the Carers Emergency Response Service known as ‘CERS’. We like to think of it as the City’s 4th emergency service.Read More
If you care for someone in the Birmingham area, you may be entitled to free yoga and relaxation sessions.Read More
Any child or young person aged from birth to 18 years in Birmingham with a special educational need and/or disability […]Read More
How will I benefit from attending a Support Group? People join carer support groups for a variety of reasons – […]Read More
We understand that in your caring role you may encounter situations you don’t feel prepared for. And that as your role changes, the skills you need to carry it out may change too.Read More
If you care for an adult in Birmingham and caring has a major impact on your lifeRead More
The Information and Advice service, delivered by Age Concern Birmingham, is available to anyone caring for an elderly, sick, disabled […]Read More
We’re here to support unpaid Carers
If you provide unpaid care for an elderly, sick, disabled or frail friend or family member who lives within Birmingham, Birmingham Carers Hub is here to help you. You can find out about our general support for all Carers above.
See our Carer Services section for additional support for young and young adult Carers, Parent Carers and Carers who support someone affected by certain conditions.
Please note, if you live in Birmingham but the person you care for lives in another part of the West Midlands, we can offer you some support but your main statutory services will be provided by the Carers service in the local authority area of the person you support.Find your local Carer Support