'I would feel cut off without Carers' Hub, it is a reliable, safe place to meet others who get it.'
Adult and parent
Do you look after someone?
If you look after a family member, friend, partner or neighbour then you are a carer. And if either you or they live in Lambeth, then we are here to support you.
There are lots of ways the Carers’ Hub team can help you. Sometimes the hardest part is knowing where to start, but we can help you with that too.
We’ll begin by giving you a call to find out about your situation. You may just need some information, in which case we will send you what you need via email or post. You may be offered a one to one appointment with a member of the team. We can meet you at your home, our offices or a suitable community setting. We will use this appointment to explore any challenges that you are facing. We’ll then work alongside you to create a plan that is tailored to your needs, and we'll help you put it into action.
If you look after somebody living with dementia, a learning disability or a mental health condition, we run specialised peer support groups that you can attend.
Due to Covid-19 we are currently working from home, we are still here to support local carers and are running a programme of virtual groups and activities. Find out about current support
There are lots of ways we can help you...
If you fancy meeting up for a cuppa and a chat, join us at one of our coffee mornings. We try out different community venues each month and some of the group enjoy a bit of stroll beforehand.
Open to all carers over the age of 18.
Monthly coffee mornings
Peer support groups
We run monthly peer support groups and forums, allowing you to share your experience of caring, make friends, and develop new skills. Different carers face different challenges, and that’s why our groups are specialised. We run groups tailored to dementia, mental health and learning disability carers.