Services in Nottingham City Area

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A valuable resource from Nottingham City Council containing information for residents on services in Nottingham City. Website –


Age UK – services for older people. or call: 0115 844 0011. Website Age UK Nottingham & Nottinghamshire

Radford Care Group 0115 978 6133. e-mail Website –

Carers Hub run support groups in Nottingham City, take a look at our Support Group page for more details or contact us on 0808 802 1777

Carers in Hucknall and the people we care for – Call – 0115 953 0746. e-mail Website –

Carers Council – Allies in Adult Mental Health – support for carers of adults with a mental health condition. Contact: Carers Council – (

Learning Disability Carers’ Forum, support for carers of someone with a learning disability, ensuring carers’ voices are heard. Call: 0115 852 8000  Choice Forum – The UK Learning Disability Forum

Rainbow Parents Carers Forum – support for parents who care for a disabled child. Website: Rainbow Parents Carers Forum or call: 0115 934 8451


Nottingham City Council – Support for people with specific needs. website –

The Rose Thompson Foundation (B’ME Against Cancer Support) – facebook –



Advice Nottingham (Nottingham, Broxtowe, Rushcliffe). Provides free, confidential and impartial advice on a range of issues, including benefits, debt, employment and housing. 0115 908 1523. Website –


Autism Central – To book a support session or find out more visit
or email download info – About Autism Central Midlands, Autism Central Flyer, Midlands Autism Hub

Macmillan Beyond Diagnosis (in partnership with Macmillan and Self Help UK) – If you have a diagnosis or are caring for someone with cancer and want to find out more, have a chat or refer yourself for support. Call – 0115 911 1662,, Website –

Independent Age provide various publications and support for over 65s. They campaign and give advice on health and care, money, housing, feeling lonely, getting help at home, planning for end of life. Freephone 0800 319 6789. e-mail Website

Emmanuel House – Support for the homeless in Nottingham. Website –

Nottingham Recovery Service – Providing a single point of free support, advice and treatment for people facing drug and alcohol issues in Nottingham City. Website –

Nottingham Mencap – support for people with a learning disability, and their families. Website: Nottingham Mencap  or call: 0115 920 9524

Nottinghamshire NHS Foundation Trust – community and mental health services. Website: Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust  or call: 0115 969 1300

Self Help Nottingham – Supports and promotes local self help groups – 

Social Prescribing – Social prescribing aims to provide support that looks at you as a whole person, not just your physical or mental health needs. The support considers your physical, emotional, social and spiritual wellbeing. By helping you find solutions to the causes, such as support with housing, debts, finances or employment and by becoming more involved in your local community. Website –


Men in Sheds Men in Sheds is a ground-breaking project for older men. Activities include woodworking, skills sharing and socialising. Learn basic DIY skills, come with ideas for your own project or learn how to make and build a bird box. They have introduced a mixed session for both women and men.
They are based in Daybrook. e-mail – Call – 0115 920 8771. Website – Age UK Notts Men in sheds

Visiting Service, Age UK offer a Visiting Service to support lonely, isolate people aged 50 and over in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire – Call – 0115 844 0011. e-mail

Silver Pride, Age UK. A social group for older gay and Bi men. A social group which holds monthly meetings where there may be invited speakers, entertainment and discussion. Call – Call 0115 844 0011

Best Foot Forward walks, Age UK. Do you want to stay active and make new friends? Age UK run various guided wellbeing walks around Nottingham –Email: Call – 0115 896 6906.  Website –


Do you live in Nottingham City or registered with a City GP? You may be eligible for up to 100 free hours of respite within a 12 month period. – Contact us at the Carers Hub for more details – 0808 802 1777 or e-mail

Take a look Nottingham City Council website for more details –


Young Carer support in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire provided by TuVida. Email: . Call – 0115 824 8824. Website-