Westminster have produced a leaflet called Carers and the Care Act
They have also produced an information booklet with information on support services for carers in the local area.
Carers UK is a charity set up to help the millions of people who look after an older, disabled or seriously ill family member or friend. They provide information, advice and support for carers and a YouTube channel with lots of useful advice. Their website also has a discussion forum where people can talk to others who know what they are going through, support each other, and share ideas.
The Independent Age website provides a guide called Caring for someone : How to get the support you need.
The NHS Healthy Ageing and Caring Guides provides information and advice to carers about staying healthy whilst caring and identifies the support available to help carers maintain their health and wellbeing.
Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster Mind offer information, advice and support for people with mental issues and their carers.
Age UK Westminster offers advice and support to local older people and their carers.
The Citizens Advice Bureau in Westminster offer practical, up-to-date information and advice on a wide range of topics, including; debt, benefits, housing, legal, discrimination, employment, immigration, consumer and other problems.
The Advice Plus service from A2Dominion offers advice on welfare benefits, money and bill problems, debt, care and support, problems with crime and noise, work and training, housing and much more besides.
The government's new Moneyhelper website offers free information and advice on a wide range of financial issues.
The Society of Later Life Advisers (SOLLA) provide a database of qualified and approved financial advisors who specialise in giving advice on finances in later life, enabling you to plan ahead or to make the most of your money once you reach retirement and older age.
Adfam provides publications and information about carers' groups specifically for carers affected by substance misuse.
Families Anonymous is a world wide fellowship of relatives and friends of people involved in the abuse of mind-altering substances, or with related behavioural problems.