Our Partners

When C4CC was launched back in November 2014, it was a coalition of 14 founding partners. Over the past five months, we have been pleased at the number of health, social care, voluntary and community organisations that have joined the Coalition. So much so, that our partnership strength has now increased to 49, with partners contributing resources and in kind to the achievement of our vision.

We know the Coalition will be further strengthened as we continue to bring together strong, like-minded organisations to build our alliance for change together with people living with or supporting people with long-term conditions, we can act to make person-centred care and support a reality.

To be a partner of C4CC, organisations and groups should be strongly committed to the vision and goals of C4CC and willing to make an active and direct contribution to the work of the Coalition.

C4CC partners are typically groups and organisations with national coverage and are committed and relevant to achieving the goal of collaborative, person-centred care and support.

They may offer:

– Expertise through experience of using care and support
– Professional, policy and organisational leadership across health, and social care
– Workforce and leadership support
– Development, innovation and academic expertise and capacity
– Charity, third sector and provider knowledge and capacity

You don’t have to be a partner to learn more about the work of C4CC and support the Coalition’s activities – you can become a member and receive our monthly newsletter here and also, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

For full details of our partners, please see the list below:

ADASS

Age UK

Alzheimer’s Society

ARMA

Arthritis Research UK

British Geriatrics Society

British Heart Foundation

British Society for Rheumatology

Carers UK

Centre for Citizenship and Community

Change People

Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

College of Occupational Therapists

Community Catalysts

Diabetes UK

Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management

Health Education England

In Control

Macmillan Cancer Support

Mind

National Association for Voluntary and Community Action (NAVCA)

National Council for Palliative Care

National Voices

Nesta

NHS Alliance

NHS Confederation

NHS England

NICE (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence)

Primary Care Commissioning (PCC)

Public Health England

Regional Voices

Royal College of Anaesthetists

Royal College of General Practitioners

Royal College of Nursing

Royal College of Psychiatrists

Royal College of Physicians

Royal Pharmaceutical Society

Self Care Forum

Self Management UK

Shared Lives Plus

Skills for Care

Skills for Health

Spice

The Health Foundation

The Picker Institute

Think Local Act Personal

Timebanking UK

Volunteering Matters

Year of Care Partnerships

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