Helplines to Support Those Living With Long Term Health Conditions During Covid 19

ServiceWhat is Involved?How to Access
HSE HelplineGeneral enquiries relating to COVID19 incuding symptons or testing.Call 1850 24 1850 and website
COVID19 Community Support ResponseEach local authority has set up a COVID19 Community Response Forum.
Each Forum has a phone line availalbe 7 days a week. The phone line is for high risk people or those asked to cocoon. They can ring the phone line to get help with deliveries of groceries, medicine and fuel.
Kilkenny Council: Open 8am - 8pm
1800 500

Carlow Council: Open 9am - 5pm
1800 814

Tipperary Council: Open 8am - 8pm
0761 06

Waterford Council: Open 8am - 8pm
1800 250

Wexford Council: Open 8am - 8pm
053 91
ALONE HelplineListening service and supports for older people. The line is open Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pmCall: 0818 222 024
Asthma HelplineSupport and information to people living with asthma.Call: 1800 445 464
COPD HelplineSupport and information to people living with COPD.Call: 1800 832 146 or send an email via
Irish Heart Foundation Heart and Stroke Helpline.Support and information to people living with a heart condition and stroke survivors.Call: 01 668 5001
Heart Support NetworkThe Heart Support Network is an online closed Facebook page for someone with a heart condition. It is moderated by Heart Failure
Diabetes HelplineSupport and information for People living with Diabetes.Call: 01 842 8118

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