You are here:  Home > Latest News > New Free Telephone Befriending Service For Carers Launched By Angus Carers Centre

New free Telephone Befriending Service for Carers launched by Angus Carers Centre

Wednesday 08th April 2020

Do you sometimes feel you could do with someone else to talk to?

Would you like to hear a friendly voice on the phone once a week, someone who understands about caring?
 
Angus Carers Centre’s new telephone befriending service is run by experienced, trained volunteers, who understand the issues associated with caring. One of our volunteers will ring you at an agree time and day to talk about anything you like - whether you fancy a light-hearted chat or a chance to 'get it all off your chest' - depending on what kind of a week you've had!

In a nutshell, the service is like having a supportive friend at the end of the phone, when it's convenient for you.
 
This new service is open to all carers registered with us. If anyone would like information on how to make a referral to Angus Carers Centre, please get in touch as well.

If would like to find out more please call Angus Carers Centre on 07387 017 438 or 07387 017 440.

These numbers will take you to one of our admin workers. The admin worker will get a message through to the appropriate member of staff who call back as soon as they can.

(Please note the return call may be from a number the caller may not recognise as our staff are working from home).
 
General enquiries can also be made by emailing: enquiries@anguscarers.org.uk.
 
Also find out what local support is available at www.anguscarers.org.uk.