Princess Anne with Kids from Inverclyde primary school

Inverclyde Carers Centre was established in 2001 as a result of many years campaigning by Inverclyde Carers Council to establish a dedicated support service for Carers. In 2006 a voluntary management committee made up of Carers and former Carers underwent training and took over the running of the centre in its entirety in 2007 when it became a company limited by guarantee, registered with Companies House. Since its inception the centre has supported thousands of Carers who look after someone who could not manage without them due to illness, frailty, disability or addiction.

The centre is a key partner within the Inverclyde Joint Carers Strategy and works closely with Inverclyde Carers Council in highlighting the rights of Carers and ensuring that they are recognised by public agencies for their valuable contribution to society.

Mission Statement

Inverclyde Carers Centre Ltd. will provide a service to identify and support Carers to recognise and be recognised by others for their valuable contribution to society.

 Aims and Objectives

  • To promote the recognition of Carers amongst service providers as partners
  • To help Carers access appropriate services
  • To promote the rights of Carers
  • To provide short breaks for Carers
  • To establish a Carers Network
  • To enable Carers to participate in planning and influencing the development of services
  • To enable Carers to take opportunities for paid/ unpaid activities within or outwith their home
  • To work in partnership with other agencies as appropriate

Charity Number : SC038583