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Rethink Mental Illness - Oxfordshire Carers Support Service

Support for the family and friends supporting somebody with a mental health problem. The service offers a range of support depending on a persons needs including: One to one emotional support at a time and place convenient to the carer Monthly support groups throughout Oxfordshire …

Support for the family and friends supporting somebody with a mental health problem. The service offers a range of support depending on a persons needs including:

One to one emotional support at a time and place convenient to the carer

Monthly support groups throughout Oxfordshire 

Carers Education and Training Programme

Information, Advice and Advocacy

Support with carers assessments. For further information or to access support please contact the service.

We can offer one-to-one emotional and practical support at home or in the community from one of the highly experienced Senior Mental Health recovery workers. Our support aims to address the needs and preferences of each individual carer.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Julie Males
Contact Position
Service Manager
Telephone
01865 904499
07918 133671 or 07881 517288 - During Covid 19 lockdown
E-mail
oxfordshirecarers@rethink.org
Website
http://www.rethink.org

Where to go

Name
The Rectory Centre
Address
27 -29
Rectory Road
Oxford
Oxfordshire
Postcode
OX4 1BU

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Monday - Friday 9-5 pm
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon

Other Details

Costs

Details

Free

Availability

Age Ranges
18 years plus
Referral required
Yes
Referral Details

Self referral

Additional Information

Providing services to
Adults

Notes

Eleven mental health Carer support groups run monthly throughout the county

Free Caring and Coping courses for carers

Free Mental Health First Aid courses for carers

Supporting people with
Mental health conditions

Last checked on 03/05/2020

Record managed by Oxfordshire Family Information Service

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