Resources

Do you have questions about heart disease or stroke? Are you looking for programs and resources in your community? Our volunteer-led InfoLine can help. Please contact us at 1.888.HSF.INFO (473.4636) or info@hsf.bc.ca.   InfoLine 1.888.473.4636

Brochures/Pamphlets

We have free downloadable resources that cover topics from warning signs to healthy eating and more. If you would like copies mailed to you, please contact 1.888.473.4636. Alternatively you can print an order form and email to info@hsf.bc.ca or fax to 604.730.7355.

 Order form  
Taking Control   HeartSmart Women  Living with Cholesterol

Resources Order Form

 Heart Attack & Stroke Warning Signs Bookmark
 Taking Control: Lower your risk of heart disease and stroke HeartSmart Women: A guide to living with and preventing heart disease and stroke  Living with Cholesterol 
Get Your Blood Pressure Under Control
Blood Pressure Wallet Cards
Heart-healthy eating guide for your family
Eat Well, Live Longer
Getting Active for Life
Get Your Blood Pressure Under Control
Blood Pressure Wallet Cards
Healthy Eating Guide for Your Family
Eat Well, Live Longer
Getting Active for Life
Coping with Stress
You've Had a TIA
  Recovery Road

Coping with Stress
You've Had a TIA
Your Stroke Journey Recovery Road: An information guide for heart patients and their families











Free Downloadable Resources (Online Only)

The following resources are available to you and free to download (not available in print versions).

 

     
 Emergency signs and actions - for life Stress Test  Diabetes and You  Just Breathe Your Health, Your Weight
 
 

   
Stroke in Young Adults

A Family Guide to Pediatric Stroke

Taking Charge of Your Stroke Recovery  

 

Improving Lives Newsletter

The Improving Lives Newsletter was created to support the health and recovery of people who have been affected by heart disease and stroke. In these pages you will find information on healthy living, current research, ways to reduce your risk, and stories from real people.

Download a copy of the Improving Lives Newsletter


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