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Carer Support

In an emergency or crisis situation always call triple zero (000) for police, fire and ambulance and follow instructions.


Carer Gateway

Phone: 1800 422 737

A national online and phone service that provides practical information and resources to support carers to help carers locate their nearest existing support services.

Website: www.carergateway.gov.au

 

Carer Line

Phone: 1800 242 636

Emergency respite phone: 1800 052 222

Provides information and referral, emotional support, carer specific resources and publications. Monday to Friday, 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.

Website: www.carersnsw.org.au/how-we-help/support/carer-line/

 

Carer Services – One Door

Phone: 1800 985 944 or 9879 2600

Campbelltown office: 02 4625 1639 | Unit 1, 300 Queen Street Campbelltown NSW

Wollondilly office: 02 4683 2776 | 6 Harper Close Tahmoor NSW

Moss Vale office: 02 4868 2755 | Suite 3 Queen Street Centre Lot 1, Queen Street Moss Vale NSW

One Door has a range of services on offer for the families of people with mental illness. From respite through to advocacy, education and support.

Website: www.onedoor.org.au/services/carer-services

 

Commonwealth Respite and Carelink Centre – Community Information Service

Phone: 1800 052 222

Information about respite options and other support services in local areas. Provides links to services that can assist carers to access short and long term emergency respite support.

Website: www.commcarelink.health.gov.au

 

Family Advocacy

Phone: 1800 069 978

Provides support to families in which there is a child or adult with a developmental disability.

Website: www.family-advocacy.com

 

The Haven Project (Macarthur Disability Services)

Phone: 02 4621 8400

Offers support to carers of a person living with a mental illness.

Website: www.mdservices.com.au

 

The Young Carers Program (Carers NSW)

Phone: 1800 242 636

Support for children and young people who help care for or support a family member or friend who has a mental illness, drug or alcohol dependency, chronic condition, terminal illness or who is frail.

Website: www.youngcarersnsw.org.au