In Norway, where Humana has been established since 2014, Humana offers individual and family care, personal assistance and provides housing with special service. Every day, Humana Norway helps 300 clients and customers live their lives like others and the ambition is for there to be more.

In Norway, Humana offers social care services for children and adolescents, personal assistance (BPA), foster care, substance abuse care and special service housing for people with functional impairments.

With approximately 300 clients and customers, Humana is one of the major care providers in Norway. In care services for children and adolescents, foster care, substance abuse care and special service housing for people with functional impairments, Humana is one of the two biggest care providers in Norway. Also in BPA, Humana is one of the larger providers.

Norway’s private care sector is relatively limited. Of 42,000 institutional beds, around 2,500 are run by private providers and roughly 2,000 by voluntary providers. The state and municipalities provide approximately 90 percent of health and social care services. The need for additional providers is growing, although this is not always clear from the political debate. However, the market differs for each market segment. In individual and family care directed towards children and adolescents (Barnevern), the share of private providers is larger.