Hillingdon Carers is a national Network Partner of Carers Trust, an organisation that brings together carers services from across the UK. The national organisation produces a range of resources for carers, campaigns for carers’ rights on the national stage and facilitates shared learning across Network members. Being a Network member brings us many advantages, including access to grants, policy digests, support with collective challenges such as impact measurement and the opportunity to learn from other Carers’ Centres in the region.

High quality services are Hillingdon Carers trademark and we need to ensure we can sustain our reputation for excellence and continue to grow the range of support services we offer in very challenging financial times.

Hillingdon Carers have a strong track record of working in partnership and we believe that the development of new partnerships and collaborations will help to share shrinking resources and promote a more coordinated programme of support across our diverse neighbourhoods. We work with a wide range of partners but our main arrangements are detailed here.

HCP is made up of five charities working closely together to improve carers experience of help, advice and support. H4All is a Community Interest Company (CIC) made up of five prominent third sector charities; Age UK Hillingdon, DASH, Hillingdon Carers,  Harlington Hospice and Hillingdon Mind Carers Trust.org
IBB’s team of specialist charity lawyers are experienced in delivering practical commercial advice across all areas of the law to charities, not-for-profit organisations and those who work within the charity sector. Hillingdon Talking Therapies is a free, confidential NHS service which provides psychological treatment for depression and anxiety disorders.
Working for Carers is a London-wide project that supports unpaid carers, aged 25 or over, to move closer to employment. Turn2Us is a national charity helping people when times get tough. They provide financial support to help people get back on track. Hillingdon Adult Community Learning (HACL) offers hundreds of courses for day, evening or weekend study, with centres around the borough and help for choosing the right course.