Dudley Carers' Hub

Carers Support


01384 818723


Brett Young Carers Hub, Old Hawne Lane, HALESOWEN, West Midlands, B63 3TB

Located at Brett Young Carers Hub and Queens Cross Network, Dudley, the hub offers information, advice and a range of support to anyone caring for a family member or friend. Many people who provide care often do not recognise themselves as a carer, and are therefore unaware of the support available to them. We aim to empower carers to make informed choices and provide specialist advice and support including: 

  • Information on financial and legal rights

  • Advice on respite services

  • Advice on accessing social care and health and wellbeing services

  • Emotional support

  • Support with getting out and about, including social groups and carers groups

  • Help with arranging a carers assessment

  • Specialist training courses for carers

For more information contact the Carers Network on 01384 818723, or email carers.network@dudley.gov.uk , or visit www.dudley.gov.uk/carers

Dudley Carers' Network is a Community Information Point (Telephone access).

How to Find Us

Brett Young Carers' Hub,

Old Hawne Lane,


West Midlands,

B63 3ST

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Costs and Booking Information



Booking Information:

Currently unable to pop into our Hub, but please contact us by telephone or email and we can book an appointment to see you.

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Group Information


All of Dudley Borough

Target Audiences:


Support Groups:

Mental health conditions, Hearing impairment, Communication impairment, Visual impairment, Physical impairment, Autism, Dementia, Learning disability


Parking available, Toilet facilities, Wheelchair accessible, Disabled toilet, Disabled Parking

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Carers Support, Information advice and support, Community Information Point Network

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Last updated 8th May 2024

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