On this page you will find contact details and information for organisations supporting carers in Three Rivers. Information on this page is filtered first by district wide organisations with local area organisation to the bottom of the page.
Carers in Herts
A charity that provides support and information to unpaid carers, people who are taking care of someone who is disabled, has a mental or physical illness, is elderly or someone who misuses drugs and alcohol.
A free service which can put you in touch with practical help and emotional support in your area. You or your carer may also be eligible for support, discounts or certain benefits which could help wit paying bills. It offers independent support, guidance and information.
Hertfordshire County Council
You can take a carers assessment for support that might include taking a break from caring, advice on local services, planning for the future or technology that could help, and finances.
1 Voice provides a support and networking group for people who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). 1Voice BHB is a local volunteer group as part of the national charity 1Voice - Communicating Together. A member-led charity passionate about supporting AAC users, families and carers in the communication journey.
Herts Parent Carer Involvement
HPCI is the parent carer forum for Hertfordshire and part of a network of 151 forums across England that work to improve services for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) aged 0-25 years.
Hertfordshire Mind Network
Hertfordshire Mind Network offers support to carers, in order to help them take care of their own well- being whilst they are taking care of someone else. If you are a carer looking after a person with mental health issues and have questions about your situation, finances, support arrangement please contact us.
Chorleywood and Rickmansworth
On the third Monday of the month (10.30am- 12.30pm) Carers in Herts Hub Group meets at *Christ Church, The Common, Chorleywood. Call 01992 58 69 69 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
*This is currently held on Zoom