Community Integrated Care

Community Integrated Care is a national health and social care charity. We were established in 1988 and opened our first residential care service in Halton. Our annual turnover is currently £99.7m. Over the last 25 years we have developed our services and we now operate in over 50 local authorities across England and Scotland. We derive almost all of our income through delivering health and social care services on behalf of Council’s and the NHS. We provide the following service types:

- Residential care
- Nursing care
- Supported living
- Respite and short break services
- Day services
- Intermediate care

We provide these services to the following client groups:

- Older people including the frail and elderly
- Adults with dementia
- Adults with mental health needs
- Adults with learning disabilities
- Adults with physical and sensory disabilities
- Adults with autism and behaviours which can challenge

We would estimate that our contracts for services for older people are valued at around £36m, which means that approximately 36% of our income is derived from these services. Our largest client group is adults, children and young people with learning disabilities including those with autism and behaviours which can challenge. Around 60% of our income derives from supporting this client group. Services for people with mental health needs account for around 4% of our income.

Old Market Court
Miners Way