Welcome to the Surrey Care Association Website

Surrey Care Association Ltd is a not-for-profit company that works to support social care providers in the county of Surrey. Set up in September 2005 with the key aims of workforce, market, and business development the association works in partnership with the private, voluntary, charitable and statutory sectors.

Surrey Care Association (SCA) was established over 15 years ago. We are a not-for-profit organisation that works to support social care providers in the county of Surrey so that they in turn can offer the best possible services to the people they care for and support.

Our Spring Conference

After two years, we are proud to announce that the SCA Spring Conference is back as an in-person event!

Giving you the time to network, ask questions and catch up with colleagues, the conference will be held on Tuesday 24th May in Dorking Halls, Dorking, and free to SCA members through support from Surrey County Council. 

Places are limited at the venue, so do reserve your place.

With workforce planning shown as the most pressing issue following feedback from you, our SCA members, we are theming the event as 'Social Care: Workforce Matters.'  Find more detail on the conference programme here.

Being a member:
By joining us, you will be updated on the latest regulations, be able to source training and support services that help social care businesses run effectively and importantly we act as a route into the County Council and Clinical Commissioning Groups. If you are looking for support don't hesitate to get in touch using our contact form.

We focus on:

1.     Influencing, representing, and supporting collaboration and partnership through:

  • convening and representing providers of social care and support in Surrey

  • developing a clear voice for the sector we represent

  • influencing policy decisions using the expertise and insights of our members

2.     Developing and delivering our offer to members including

  • Information on key policy and regulation developments

  • Disseminating and promoting best practice and service innovations

  • Providing information and advice on workforce issues

  • Providing access to business-related products and services, specialist advice, and resources


As a membership organisation, our independence and ability to represent members is important.

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Surrey County Council Helpline details & Promotion

Website - Click here to access the Surrey County Council website now

Contact details of the Surrey Helpline

0300 200 1008

The current hours and days per week it works

Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm

To find out what you can ring for + the request necessary, click here to download this document now

Are you looking for care?

Our members' provide a great range of services for their clients. Whether you need a care home for someone living with dementia or needing personal care, someone to come into your house to help manage your care; or an assisted living accommodation for a vulnerable disabled or older person – our members can help.

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Care service provider?

Membership of the Surrey Care Association can help your business advance. We keep our members up to date with the latest regulation, source training and support services that help businesses run effectively and importantly we act as a route into the County Council and Clinical Commissioning Groups to understand their future commissioning requirements.

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Looking for a career in care?

Our members are the most forward thinking and reputable care service providers in Surrey.

Take a look at some of the career opportunities they currently have available and apply direct through this site.

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