Services for you

At the Irish Heart Foundation we offer a range of services which aim to improve the quality of life and well-being of people after they have a heart event or stroke. The services promote secondary prevention, peer support, and social connection. You will get the information and support you need to help you live well after your diagnosis.

Both services offer:

  • Exercise classes on Zoom and Facebook.
  • Expert Support Line. You can get expert advice from experienced nurses on ways to manage your heart condition or stroke recovery.
  • You can get up to six weeks of counselling from professional therapists who have experience of working with heart disease and stroke.
  • Peer support. You can talk one-to-one with someone who has a similar condition and understands what you are going through.
  • Monthly newsletter – You can read inspiring patient stories, information and advice by post or email.

To find out more about any of our heart and stroke supports email

Call the Irish Heart Foundation Nurse Support Line on 01 668 5001

Monday to Friday, 9am–1pm

Coronavirus - Supporting You

Support services and advice for people living with effects of cardiovascular disease and ways to stay heart healthy for all.

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Our Support Groups

Join a support group and connect with stroke survivors and people living with heart failure and other heart conditions.

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Support for Carers of Stroke Survivors

Private Facebook support group and nurse support line.

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Cardiac Rehab for All Programme

Designed to improve the cardiovascular health of people who have experienced a cardiac event and to help prevent further events.

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Heart of Our City

The Heart of our City programme is for anyone who lives in Dublin 8 and wants to improve their  heart health and that of their family and friends.

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Coronavirus News

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