Serving the people of Bradford, Harrogate, Selby and Craven Districts

We offer a wide range of services for carers and their loved ones. To find out more about each service, please click on the links provided below.

Carers’ Identity & Rights

What does it mean to be a carer? What are your rights? How do you get a Carer ID card?

Planning & coping

Practical support, including help at home, emergency planning, respite care, bereavement support and help with technology.

Money & benefits

All the information you need about grants, benefits, Carers’ Allowance and statutory Carers’ Assessments.

Health & Wellbeing

Emotional support, counselling, how to access breaks and time off, and information on the Carers’ Wellbeing Grant.

Employment & education

Advice and support relating to employment and education, including our popular Worth Connecting classes.

Events & Groups

All the social groups and events you can join as a carer, ranging from cycling or walking to crafting and book clubs.

Parent carers

Parent carers provide additional support to their children, who may be ill, disabled, or have mental health or substance misuse problems. We provide a range of support and groups for parent carers.

Home from Hospital

Our Home From Hospital (HFH) services help people to be more confident and comfortable when returning home after a spell in hospital.

Hospital-related services

We provide a range of services for you, your family and friends, in Bradford Royal Hospital and Airedale General Hospital.

Carers’ Time Off

Carers’ Time Off offers those people looking after an adult relative or friend, an opportunity to take a break and have some time for themselves.

Young Carers & Families

We provide fun, friendship and support for young carers through trips, mentoring systems, youth clubs and activities.

Paid for care

Care@ Carers’ Resource offers responsive, person-centred, personalised support packages to enhance and enrich the quality of people’s lives.