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Families and carers

At Mind, we recognise families and other carers of people living with mental ill-health need information and support; to help them care for their loved one, but also to understand their own needs and what supports are available.

For information visit Mind's family and carer support services.

Below you will find some general information resources that can get you started.

Young people

Find out more about community organisations that provide support and services for young family carers supporting someone with mental ill-health. Read more »

Community resources for families and carers

There are many community organisations and government-run services that provide support, information and services for families and carers supporting someone with mental ill-health. Read more »

Support groups and workshops

Find out more about support groups and workshops for family members and other carers supporting someone with mental ill-health. Read more »

Mind’s approach to working with families and carers

Mind has recently published a document outlining our approach to working with families and carers. Read more »

A practical guide for working with carers of people with a mental illness

The Guide is a partnership between consumers, carers, representative staff of public and private mental health services and the community managed sector. It reflects an exciting future ahead as we work together toward recovery. Read more »

Carer resource hub

The top carer resources in the areas of personal experience of caring; by relationship, life stage and age; support services for carers; about the mental health system; mental illness and drug & alcohol Read more »

 
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