Support and information for carers

Local voluntary organisations for carers

Bromley Well brings together a variety of individual support services in a partnership of voluntary organisations from across Bromley’s Third Sector, comprising Age UK Bromley and Greenwich, Bromley and Lewisham Mind, Bromley Citizens Advice Bureau, Bromley Mencap and Community Links Bromley. 

All of these caring services focus on the needs of different service user groups in Bromley and, through support and self-management, ensure that individuals are able to remain independent in the community for as long as possible. The services  include support services for: 

  • adult carers;
  • young carers
  • older frail residents;
  • those with long term conditions; 
  • people with learning disabilities; 
  • people with physical disabilities; and 
  • mental health support services. 

To speak to a friendly advisor, no matter what your need, call 0300 3309 039 or

Some local voluntary organisations provide specialist services for carers of people with specific conditions - these may need to be paid for:

  • Age Concern Bromley provides services for older people and a Support Planning and Brokerage Service which can help you finding good quality local services to help with your caring needs.
  • Alzheimer's Society - Bromley  provides  services for people with dementia and support and training for their carers.
  • Bromley Mencap  provides services for people with learning disabilities and support for their carers
  • Bromley Mind provides services for people with mental ill health
  • Bromley Mindcare provides services for people with dementia, including day centres and care at home providing carers with respite breaks.
  • ICARE provides services for people who have had a stroke and information, advice and counselling services for their carers. Tel: 01689 862883
  • The Stroke Association's Family and Carer support Service provides a visiting service that gives practical information and emotional support to the families and carers of people who have had a stroke.