Envivo Group has been established to support and develop high quality, financially robust, specialist providers of long-term residential and supported living services for adults with complex and challenging needs across England and Wales.
Currently supporting 1500 individuals made up of 5 strong local operating organisations, Envivo excels at delivering local and nationally recognised care and support.
We strive to create friendly and inspiring environments where people share their ideas and passion for care.
At the Forefront of Care – Driving Innovations
Across the group, our family of organisations are at the forefront of care and support, driving innovations that enable people to live lives full of choices and opportunities.
We offer high-quality propositions for Local Authority Commissioners and Care Commissioning Groups (CCG). Our teams specialise in long-term care and support for vulnerable adults with complex needs including learning disabilities, autism, ABI and mental health issues.
Envivo works with investors and partners to resource and invest in high quality innovative solutions. We can offer local delivery of services bespoke to the need in people’s communities but with the economies of scale that a large organisation can bring.
Our shared knowledge and skills across the group are utilised to strengthen and better inform decision making solid foundations.
Within each Local Authority and CCG our organisations have developed a positive reputation for quality. This is built upon trust and co-production of working with the people supported, their families, health and social care professionals and local communities.
Providing Specialist Care
Across Envivo, our organisations are experts in supporting individuals with complex and high level of need including those moving from hospital and of area placements into community settings.
As well as learning disability and autism provision there is a growing mental health provision in South Wales which includes a wide range of experience and internal expertise including clinical professionals, behaviour specialists, nurses and occupational therapists.
These staff members are on hand to support local teams with input and guidance – allowing us as a group to be responsive to need and creating provision for those who require specific care and support.
The group has a key aim to involve and include all stakeholders – promoting co-production principles in every area of the business to create innovative ideas and solutions.