Welcome to Norfolk Carers Support. We provide specialist support to people who look after someone with:

  • A physical disability
  • A long-term physical illness
  • A mental health problem
  • A learning difficulty
  • Drug or alcohol misuse problems


Caring can mean giving someone practical help, like helping someone get dressed, but it can also be in the form of emotional support.


Think you may be a Carer?

Whether you know exactly which services you require to lighten your caring role, or would like to find out what is available, call us on 01603 219924.


Support is available to all Carers. We offer 1:1 emotional support, guidance on financial concerns and help to find groups, social activities, sit-in services, breaks, practical home-adjustments or equipment.

Young Carers (6-16 years)

We recognise that sometimes more responsibility can be put on children as they live with a loved one who needs support. This may mean that these children emotionally support a family member, worry about them or help with their personal care or household jobs.


We offer groups for Young Carers in Norwich, to offer a break from their caring roles and fun activities to enjoy. It is a chance to meet other children who may be in a similar situation and receive support from Support Workers.


Supporting groups of carers?

If you are a part of a carers group, or are thinking of starting one up, then you may be eligible for a Small Grant of up to £500.

The Small Grants service is administered by Norfolk Carers Support on behalf of the Carers Agency Partnership. It is funded by Norfolk County Council to improve support services to carers across Norfolk.

If you think your group could benefit from this grant then please get in touch with us on 01603 219924


About Us

Norfolk Carers Support is a charity which has been providing specialist support to unpaid Carers in Norfolk for 20 years. Our services have been intentionally designed to support Carers at various stages in their lives. We have services for young people (ages 6-16), young adults (16-24 years old) and adults. Within this we also tailor our support down to individual levels, to make sure that Carers are accessing the services that can help them and their loved one. To find out more about how our services could help you or someone you know, explore our Support Services above. 

Are you a new carer?

Find the support that is available for you!


Feeling out of your depth? Contact us for advice and support.