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Here To Help Your Heart

Heart Support North Tees and Hartlepool are a not-for-profit voluntary organisation run by a committee of 10 voluntary trustees, drawn from the membership of the Group and lived eperience.

We are here to help Cardiac patients and or those at risk of Heart Disease.

We offer on-going weekly 'Exercise & Relaxation Classes' and support for patients diagnosed with or at risk of cardiovascular-related disease and their partner/carer in the North Tees and Hartlepool area.

Supporting You

We support cardiovascular patients and those at risk of heart disease in the North Tees & Hartlepool area.

 

We take referrals from Cardiac Rehab. Clinicians, following completion of cardiac rehabilitation phase lll programme. We also take referrals' from GPs & Practice Nurses. Self-referral by coming to a class and speaking to qualified tutor.

 

  Please call our charity on

  07719 754 507 

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Classes

Classes held weekly under the supervision of a BACPR Level IV tutor at the following venues 

Elm Tree Community Centre & Newtown Community Centre

Mill House Leisure Centre

Billingham

Wolviston Court Community Centre

Message from our New Chairman

"Friendships made over a cup of tea. Can honestly say your work and methods are the best."

"Diabetic; Shocked and felt vulnerable when told of the risk to my heart.  After joining Heart Support I am feeling better both mentally and physically.  Reassuring to know it's run with health professionals and caring people."

"Feel very confident that the cardiovascular workout will help in no uncertain terms to stave of further heart problems."

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National Lottery Funding £50,000 over 3 years.

Heartfelt thanks to the National Lottery Community Fund and all the National Lottery players, without whose support the distribution of grants to the many deserving charities, such as ours, would not be possible.

Heart Support (North Tees and Hartlepool). is delighted to announce that our 4th financial year kicks off with a fantastic £50,000 grant from the National Lottery  Community Fund, allowing Heart Support to cover basic costs and plan ahead for the next 3 years. Continuing our local ongoing support for adults diagnosed with, or at risk of cardiovascular disease and their families in the North Tees and Hartlepool area.

We offer a continuous programme of weekly exercise and relaxation classes, and group therapy in Billingham, Hartlepool, and Stockton: rebuilding confidence, improving and maintaining the mental and physical health and wellbeing of our members.

Through our various social and fundraising activities, we are proud  to be able to bring together families, friends and the local community.

Joining In Stockton Voluteers' Market 2023

Friday 2nd June 2023 we attended Catalyst Stockton's' Volunteers' Market. A very well organised and successful day.  Our Heart Support Tombola / Promotion stall raised a fantastic £121!​ All made possible by the donation of all the fantastic prizes from our members and the tremendous help from Karen and Neil who helped to man the stall from 9am - 3pm. Dorothy had also agreed to help but unfortunately, couldn't make it. And not forgetting the public who came along to give their support. A big thank you, to you all. WELL DONE!

 

It was also a very good day promotional wise, lots of interest from other stall holders, the public and health professionals. 

 

Personalised Care, Lead, Katie Mackay came along and introduced us to local social prescribers.  We look forward to working with them.

 

Hartlepower CEO, Julian Penton popped by for a chat. Heart Support very appreciate their help and support.

 

Lovely to see and chat with the new Stockton Mayor and Mayoress, Jim and Pauline Beall who were in attendance and visited all the stalls. All in all a very interesting and successful day!

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Affiliated to

British Heart Foundation

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County Durham Community Foundation

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