Founded in 1974, HCP represents home and community-based care providers across New York State through advocacy, information and education. HCP’s Provider members include approximately 350 offices of Licensed Home Care Service Agencies (LHCSAs), Certified Home Health Agencies, Hospices (CHHAs), and health related organizations (HROs), as well as Associate members that provide products and services specifically developed for home care providers.  HCP is also supported by a strong network of regional Chapters that build community at the local level and provide essential grassroots support for HCP’s advocacy efforts.
HCP's Purpose

To represent our membership by influencing the future of the home care industry; leading the industry in adapting, evolving and thriving within a changing health care environment; and setting the industry standards for quality, cost-effective client care.


HCP's Values and Commitment

Quality & Integrity:
We hold ourselves to the highest standards of conduct. We bring integrity, honesty and responsible behavior to all of our endeavors—and encourage that in our members—so we forever maintain the credibility and reputation of this Association. 

Advocacy:

We represent our members with tenacity, strength and responsiveness to their needs, balancing our efforts on their behalf between protection of the status quo and progress toward the future. 

Communication:

We stay connected to our members and constituents through timely, accurate and thorough information-sharing and dialogue. 

Unity:

We involve our membership in our decision-making and include our industry colleagues in our efforts as much as possible, so we can speak as one, united industry. 

Entrepreneurial Spirit:

We bring vision, creativity, energy, flexibility and hard work to all that we do. We make things happen that we believe in and do not give up easily. 

Cost-Effectiveness:

We provide value for the investment made by our members in our Association. We promote the cost-effectiveness of home care to the public and the health care industry. 


Affiliates

 




CHC is HCP’s not-for-profit, 501 (c)(3) education and research foundation that provides educational training programs for home care owners, executive management and employees.  


  
 The HCP Political Action Committee (HCP PAC) strengthens HCP's legislative strategies in New York and increases the visibility of HCP members and the home care industry. 



The HCP FedPAC promotes and champions the interests of New York State providers at the Federal level.