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About Us

The Pioneering Care Partnership is a user led registered charity and company limited by guarantee established in 1998.  PCP is a leading third sector organisation working in the North East, primarily in the County Durham and Tees Valley area, with a focus on health improvement and reducing health inequalities through building capacity and life chances with disadvantaged communities.

Our mission statement is: ‘Health, Wellbeing and Learning for All’

PCP delivers a range of projects and services within the following thematic areas to achieve our mission and ensure positive outcomes for our customers and clients:

PCP's Positive Outcomes, Lifestyle & Health,Mnetal Wellbing, Employability & Learning, Empowerment &Voice and Independence & Choice

We aim to improve health and wellbeing through development and provision of:

  • Services that build capacity with individuals and communities to improve their own health & wellbeing and have greater choice and control
  • Services that tackle health inequalities
  • Locally accessible services in community settings

For more information please download a copy of PCPs latest Annual Report and view our AGM Presentation. Also available are 2017 Annaul Report and AGM Presentation.

If you would like a copy of PCPs latest Financial Statements please email or telephone 01325 321234.

Board of Trustees
The membership of PCP has elected a Board of Trustees to oversee the strategic management of the organisation. The Board of Trustees is primarily made up of local people, many of whom have ill health, disabilities or are carers thereby ensuring that governance is driven by people who have direct experience of disability, ill health or caring responsibilities therefore enabling us to better understand the needs of our service users.

Meet PCP Trustees:

Senior Management Team
PCP Board of Trustees have appointed a Chief Executive to strategically manage and develop the organisation.  Assisted by a dedicated Senior Management Team the Chief Executive leads a team of over 70 members of staff and over 100 volunteers who all work towards PCP's aim of Health Wellbeing and Learning for All.

Meet PCP Senior Management Team: 

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