DPH: HEARTSafe Program

HEARTSafe Program


The Connecticut Department of Public Health, through its Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program, the Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS), and in collaboration with the American Heart Association, aim to help Connecticut's cities and towns improve the chances that anyone suffering a sudden cardiac arrest will have the best possible chance for survival.

HEARTSafe Program

HEARTSafe Communities

HEARTSafe Workplaces
HEARTSafe Community Renewal
Current HEARTSAFE Communities and Workplaces
Public Service Announcement (One minute)
HEARTSafe Public Service Announcement (Two and a half minutes)
HEARTSafe Program Overview - Become a HEARTSafe Champion  (30 minutes total)
         Part 1
         Part 2
          Part 3
  1. Introduction - (Become a HEARTSafe Champion)
  2. Starting a program
  3. Communities
  4. Champions
  5. Workplaces
  6. Fundraising
  7. Summary
HEARTSafe FAQ's (8 minutes)
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For more information about HEARTSafe Community and Workplace Programs please contact HEARTSafe Coordinator Michele Connelly at 860-509-7973 or dph.HEARTSafe@ct.gov
For information pertaining to the prevention of heart disease and stroke, please visit our Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program Home Page

Content Last Modified on 7/18/2014 11:37:32 AM