In 2003 Camphill Community Clanabogan joined the Supporting People programme, a government initiative to enable people with special and complex needs to choose where they live and how they are supported.  For people choosing life in Camphill, housing support and personal support is funded by the scheme and provided by coworkers and support workers in the community.

Clanabogan is also registered as a Domiciliary Care Agency to provide the personal and intimate care that people need.

We also offer work and day activities to our residents and to a number of people from the locality who want to take advantage of the work opportunities existing in our work areas whether inside or outdoors.

The Health Trust to which a person belongs is responsible for funding their personal care and day activities.

Other state benefits provide the individual with money for personal expenses, holidays, travel etc according to need.

Since 2007 the Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA) has been the body empowered to regulate and inspect organisations providing social care.

The Northern Ireland Social Care Council (NISCC) established in 2001 registers and regulates social care workers in order to maintain standards, raise professional practice and protect the public.