Both companies believe in the importance of providing tailored support for people needing help to live at home independently.
They offer personal care, support with housework, assisting people in accessing the local community for social activities, attending appointments and shopping.
Malcolm Cresswell, managing director of Belford-based Bell View Help at Home, which offers help with a 50-mile radius, said working with Cheviot Care would help it to provide deeper support in the Wooler area.
A Cheviot Care spokesperson added: “We are all looking forward to working as a team and the new challenges ahead from working with everyone from Bell View Help at Home.
"We are sure our clients will benefit from the amalgamation with Bell View Help at Home and continue to receive excellent care.”