We participate in the RuralCare project from the GIR of the Department of Psychology, together with other departments, university and technological institutes participated by the University of Valladolid. RuralCare is a European innovation project in social services consisting of the design, testing and evaluation of an innovative systemic approach, for the provision of integrated long-term care, adapted to people living in rural areas depending on their values, desires and individual preferences. The project performs a segmentation of households at risk, considering not only the individual situation, but also their environment. 4 types of HR (home at risk) and 11 subtypes are defined. The classification is carried out considering the following variables: one-person household or household in which more than one person coexists, degree of dependency, characteristics of the main caregiver and presence or absence of cognitive impairment. The conditions of households are improved by proximity services, family support, health care, adaptations of the household products, support and participation in the community. The role of the case coordinator and personal assistants are strengthened. They guide their support towards the development of the Person’s Life Project. There will be developed changes in the technical instruments of interventions and new protocols of proactive care to chronic diseases as a plan of individual support. The project has started on October 1st of 2020 and will last 36 months.