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No one should have to recover alone. We’re here to support you with our services, resources and health information.
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Work With Us
At CHSS we have a strong track record of working in partnership with public, private, academic and third sector partners to deliver innovations in supported self management and community recovery. We continue to increase our engagement with health and social care in every area of Scotland to roll out CHSS services and ensure they are available to everyone.
If you are interested in working in partnership with us on projects to ensure No Life Half Lived in Scotland please click below.
People living with Long Covid in selected parts of the Lothian Health Board Area can now be referred by their GPs to the ground-breaking and innovative Digital Support Pathway for Long Covid pilot. This is a partnership between CHSS, NHS Lothian and Pogo Digital Healthcare.
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The pioneering work on stroke rehabilitation at Strathclyde University, supported by Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland, is continuing to grow.
Heart disease kills nearly three times as many women as breast cancer in Scotland. To support the actions and recommendations in the Scottish Government’s Women’s Health Plan, we have developed our own Women’s Health Action Plan.
We know the value of Peer Support Groups like the Warblers, a singing group for lung health, so are committing to working with Scottish Opera and the Cheyne Gang to support more singing groups.
With support from the Scottish Government’s Social Isolation and Loneliness Fund we extended our Kindness Calls to Urdu and Punjabi speakers and increased our offer of translated resources.
We are working with the Scottish Ambulance Service and the Scottish Government to develop a suite of support for those who have performed or witnessed CPR in the community.
We are developing a new suite of FAST materials to share with partners and ensure everyone knows the signs of a stroke and what action to take.
Providing Walking Football Scotland Teams with health checks such as blood pressure and cholesterol level tests, we are improving the health of thousands of over 50s in Scotland.