Emergency telephone numbers for carers in Luton

See the (mostly) out of hours services available in Luton and nationwide:

Adult and Social Care: Out of hours support    03003 008 123

Luton Food Bank: Emergency number   01582 452356

Homelessness: Out of office hours    0800 1014 7333

Women’s Aid Refuge: Office hours -01582 391856

Luton and Dunstable A&E:  08451 270127

NHS Direct: Advice for minor illness and enquiries.  0845 4647

Highway Services: Luton Council for winter maintenance & street lighting 0844 8476648

Luton Wellbeing Services: 01582 393130

Luton Citizens Advice: 0344 245 1285

Luton Council: Out of hours: 0300 300 8089 (office hours 01582 546000)

Luton Police: For non-emergencies cal 101

Hate crime or incidents: 101, or 999 in an emergency

We are here to help unpaid carers across Luton

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We are here to help unpaid carers across Luton

We are open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 10am to 4pm, and on Tuesdays from 10am to 7pm.

Call: 0300 303 0201

Email: carerscentral@drcbeds.org.uk

We are open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday

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