Call our freephone Advice Line NursesAdvice Line NursesAdvice Line Nurses: 0808 801 0899
If you have a chest condition and you are worried about coronavirus. Coronavirus and chest information and advice
Call our Freephone Advice Line on 0808 801 0899. Visit Advice Line page
If you have a heart condition and you are worried about coronavirus. Coronavirus and heart information and advice
If you've had a stroke and are worried about coronavirus. Coronavirus and stroke information and advice
Our famous Scottish-themed Christmas cards, our festive face masks and gifts. Shop Now
Find the CHSS shop nearest you Shop Finder
We believe no life should be half lived. Find out more about No Life Half Lived
This is a matter of life and health. Read our strategy
See the latest vacancies. Search vacancies near you
Get in touch with any enquiries. Contact us
The latest lockdown closures will cost us another £400,000.
That’s 20,000 hours of support for people in need.
Your support matters more than ever.
Please, give what you can to ensure nobody is facing lockdown alone.
Click the ‘Donate Now’ button to set up your monthly gift
Right now, people in Scotland are scared for their lives and their loved ones.
Calls for urgent help will could go unanswered. But you can change that.
You can make sure our nurses are always at the end of the phone for reassurance, support and advice.
We have always been there for people with chest, heart and stroke conditions and coronavirus means more people than ever before need help right now. Your donation will make sure no one fights coronavirus alone.
Will answer one more call, so our nurses are always at the end of the phone
Will fund a one hour call to help someone with support if they are alone and worried about their health
Will train a team of kindness volunteers to help vulnerable people in self-isolation
Will pay for a full day of our telephone Advice Line service, so our nurses can help someone with practical and emotional support when they need it most
Your donations will make all the difference and all the money raised in Scotland stays in Scotland.
“I’m scared for my husband. He’s a stroke survivor and had pneumonia last year and is particularly vulnerable to infections right now.
“We’re not seeing anyone to try to fight off the virus – we’re in complete isolation. We can’t see our adorable grandchildren, our family, friends or anyone at all like we used to. It’s just devastating to think that we can’t see them right now.”
“My COPD doesn’t stop because of coronavirus. People like me still need help to breathe better and the outbreak makes this more important than ever. Being well and feeling well are the most important ways I can protect myself.”
“I’m at a higher risk of the virus because of my asthma, so I’m not going out now at all. I think at a time like this I’m struggling like everyone else.
“The Advice Line Nurses help people like me with things like anxiety and specialist medical advice. They are a lifeline during this outbreak and beyond.’’