TCPs are made up of clinical commissioning groups, NHS England’s specialised commissioners and local authorities. They work with people with a learning disability, autism or both and their families and carers to agree and deliver local plans for the programme.
In England there are 48 TCPs who are changing services in a way that is making a real difference to the lives of local people. This includes making community services better so that people can live near their family and friends, and making sure that the right staff with the right skills are supporting people.
This reference file shows the mapping of CCGs to TCPs, and will be updated whenever this mapping changes (e.g. due to CCG mergers). The information is correct as of 18 July 2017.
You can find out more about your local TCP here: