Warm Homes Healthy People
The Warm Homes Healthy People scheme has now ended and will recommence in October 2023.
Are you, a friend or neighbour, struggling to keep your home warm?
Cold temperatures can have a serious impact on your health and are linked to a number of health conditions including respiratory disease, strokes, falls and flu. Keeping warm and healthy during the cold weather can help keep illness away. Warm Homes Healthy People can help.
If you are any of the following:
- over 65
- in receipt of disability benefits
- have a long term illness made worse by the cold
- live with a child (under 5) who has a long term illness made worse by the cold
- living with Dementia
We can help with:
- emergency heating
- energy debt advice and welfare benefits advice and assistance
- advice and support to help keep you healthy and more able to cope with cold weather
To qualify for free boiler servicing or repair you must be the homeowner and claiming a qualifying benefit as well as one of the other categories above. For further information contact 01642 528215.
For the latest information on other energy saving schemes and advice visit energy saving schemes and advice.
For help through the cost of living crisis visit cost of living support.
If you are struggling to stay warm in your home Cleveland Fire Brigade can provide support and advice. They can be contacted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 01429 874063.
Stockton District Advice and Information Service (Citizens Advice Bureau) provide free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to anyone about:
- housing and much more
For more information, visit the Stockton District Advice and Information Service website or phone 01642 633877 or 01642 626106.