CHSS Advice Line
No one should have to recover alone. We’re here to support you with our services, resources and health information.
Access our services
Our Hospital to Home services are here to help you recover well at home and give you the support you need to live life to the full.
Find out more about your health condition and discover tips for staying well with our Essential Guides, available to download now.
Get free, confidential advice and support from our Advice Line nurses. No question is too big or too small.
Every day people in Scotland are leaving hospital feeling scared and alone. But you can help us change this.
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You can make sure stroke survivors in Scotland like Troy get the support they need after returning home from hospital.
We are Scotland’s largest health charity working to help people with chest, heart and stroke conditions live life to the full.
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Friends and family may like to make a donation at your loved one’s service, funeral or online memorial.
We can provide everything you need to make sure people understand the importance of their gift, so that the collection is as easy as possible.
Making a one-off donation in the name of someone special will mean so much to people living with a chest, heart or stroke condition.
We’re here to make donating in memory of a loved one as simple as possible.
By telephone : 0131 297 2756
By post:Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland2nd Floor, Hobart House80 Hanover StreetEdinburghEH2 1EL
An online tribute creates a place to remember someone special. There, you can share precious moments, photographs and stories with families and friends. And people can show their support in whichever way they like – from making donations, to taking part in events that you can organise together.
Set up a page
If you would like to share a loved one’s name and a memory of them you can do this by clicking through to our memory wall. This is where everyone can share photos, memories and messages whilst giving in memory of someone special.
Getting together is a wonderful way to remember your loved one and raise money in their memory. At difficult times like these, when we can’t physically be together, you can still be together virtually.
A virtual event could be anything from a fundraising walk at home to an online gathering, sharing special memories, stories and quirks that made them, them.
We are more than happy to talk through ideas with you and give you advice every step of the way.
Get in touch
Derek has raised over £24,000 in memory of his precious wife Karen who he lost to heart and lung problems in 2016.
“Karen made my life better and I want to do that for others. There will be that empty chair where Karen should be, but helping others makes me carry on. It’s helped us all come to terms with losing the person who meant everything.”
Read Derek’s Story
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