We offer a lot of services for our registered carers, please see our list below.

Learn more about our Services!



Looking after a relative, friend or neighbour can be very isolating and difficult for some carers to share their concerns with other people.

Emotional Support


Often carers just need to talk to someone who understands what they are going through. We provide opportunities for carers to talk to other carers.

Family Support


If there are a few carers in your family, including young carers, our Carer Support Workers may be able to support you and your family.

Former Carers’ Group


If your caring role ends you could remain with our Carers’ Centre for a further twelve months. You can also join our Former Carers’ Group.



We usually hold regular Carers’ Forums to enable carers to get together with other carers, professionals in Halton and Carers’ Centre staff.

Holistic Therapy Service


Our fully qualified therapist provides body massage, reflexology, facials, manicure, pedicure, eyebrow tidy or hot wax treatment.

Information & Advice


Our Carers Support Workers are here to help you with any issues you may have, we have a wide variety of information and support available in Halton.



Check out the latest edition of the Halton Carers Newsletter. There’s information and news about local activities and events held by Halton Carers Centre.



Many carers find their caring role can take its toll on their feet. Our podiatry service is a 1 hour treatment from a fully qualified podiatrist.

Personalised Break Fund


We manage a Carers’ Personalised Break Fund to enable carers to have a break from their caring role, which is paid for by NHS Halton CCG.

Support Groups


We provide a number of support groups for our carers, including a Coffee Group, a Young Carers Group, a Dementia Carers’ and Mental Health Group.



Our registered carers can access all the training sessions we provide free of charge. Get in touch to know more about the training we can offer.

Our Trips


Carers can access a day trip to meet other carers and have a break from their caring role. Day trips are publicised via the website and newsletter.