8) Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland: Advice Line

Moving on from setbacks can be challenging, but it always helps to talk to others about how you are feeling and to get support.

Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland have a dedicated team of Advice Line Nurses who provide a supportive listening ear, details of local support services, and confidential information and advice about all aspects of living with stroke conditions.

The Advice Line is an accredited service and is FREE from landlines and mobiles: 0808 801 0899.

It is open from 9.30am-4pm Monday –Friday and all questions are important. Whether you are calling about yourself or someone you care about they are here to help.

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Hello my name is Laura and I am the Lead Advice Line nurse at Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland on this page you will find information about the Advice Line nurses and the service we provide for patients, relatives, carers and health professionals across Scotland, (“Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland Advice Line nurse, How can I help you?”) such as a supportive listening ear information and advice about all aspects of living with chest, heart and stroke conditions, free CHSS booklets and fact sheets, referrals to support services in your local area, information about grants, benefits advice and insurance and much more.

If you have any questions, my team and I are here to help you, so give us a call and “Ask the Nurse” Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland. We are Scotland’s Health charity.
Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland. Research – Advice – Support – Action

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Do you have anything you would like advice on? Why not give them a call. To find out more please visit the Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland Advice Line Nurses webpage.