Here for Hart

We all need a bit of support or guidance from time to time, but it’s not always easy to know who can help or where to begin. 

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This section offers information and links to a range of support and resources to assist you, whether you are worried about money or your housing situation, looking to get into employment or training, or you’d like some help to improve your health and wellbeing. 

Here for Hart Directory

The Here for Hart Directory is a wide-ranging online directory of services in Hart. The aim is for it to be the online destination for local help, support and information. There are 21 different categories, including Care & Support, Community Venues, Disabilities & Health Conditions, Employment, Housing Support, Social & Leisure Activities, Money Matters and Transport & Mobility.

Dementia Support in Hart

Our leaflet, Dementia Support in Hart, details financial, emotional and social support available for dementia sufferers and their carers in Hart is available. Please email if you would like some leaflets for distribution. 

Here for Hart 

The Covid-19 pandemic has shown just how important it is for individuals, groups and organisations to work together within communities, and what can be achieved when we do.

Here for Hart began in October 2020 with a small group of community-based services coming together to discuss how to support the recovery of Hart's communities from the impacts of the pandemic. Since then, we have engaged with a wide range of community partners and we will continue to do so, so that we can move forward together to improve the wellbeing of Hart residents and communities. 

Here for Hart is also about celebrating and raising awareness of what’s available to help people stay well and get support when they need it most.  We have launched the Here for Hart Bulletin to keep community partners up to date with the latest activity from the Community Recovery programme in Hart and shine a light on community initiatives and services supporting local people. Copies of the Bulletin can be found below: