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Register with NEWCIS

Are you currently providing or intend to provide support or unpaid care for a relative or friend? As a carer you may not know what support exists. NEWCIS can help, register with us for free today!

Covid-19 Info Hub

Read official government guidance and find information about food delivery services and useful organisations that may be able to support you. Accessible versions of the pages are now available.

Refer to NEWCIS

Organisations, friends and family members can refer a carer to NEWCIS. Please ensure you have the carers permission before making a referal. Urgent referrals must be made over the telephone.

Do you care for a loved one? A carer is anyone who cares, unpaid, for a relative, partner or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or substance misuse problems.

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