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It’s estimated there are over 70,000 people in Lincolnshire providing care for a relative or friend. We believe every one of those people deserves the support necessary to thrive in their role.

5.7 million

unpaid carers in UK


carers in Lincolnshire

£162 billion

saving to UK economy

Carers First Lincolnshire

If you're an unpaid carer, aged 16 and over, supporting someone in Lincolnshire, we’re here to help with online help and advice, as well as 1-2-1 practical and emotional support. Remember, you don’t have to wait until crisis point before asking for help - the earlier you ask, the bigger difference it can make. 

If you would like to speak to someone about your caring role and discuss what support may be available to you , please call the Lincolnshire County Council Carer Wellbeing Hub on 01522 782224 or access the Support Request form at this link.

If you are a young carer aged 15 or under, please contact the Lincolnshire Young Carers service.

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How we help

We understand how important it is for unpaid carers to access support. Whether you're after 1-2-1 advice, online support, are looking to meet other carers or would like to attend one of our workshops, everything we offer is designed to support you in your role. 


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Online Support

Our online support area provides guidance on a range of relevant topics to help you in your caring role.