Health and well-being

There are many resources in and around Hartford to support our health and well-being. Find out about some of the services and resources below.

NHS GP surgeries and dental practices

Hartford is close to a number of NHS GP practices, including Firdale Medical Centre, Danebridge Medical Centre and others. You can find a local NHS GP on the NHS website.  You can also find an NHS dentist on the NHS website too. 


Find out about the defibrillators in Hartford and where they are located

Social clubs and activity groups

There are many social clubs in Hartford where you can make friends, have fun and take up new hobbies like painting, sports or drama. Find out more in our ‘Activity Groups’ section.

Local and national support services

  • Age UK Cheshire offers information and advice, advocacy, dementia support, day care, social activities and more 
  • Alzheimer’s Society West Cheshire offers personalised help and advice, face to face or over the phone
  • Changing Lives Together is a Cheshire-based social enterprise and charity
  • Cheshire Without Abuse  supports individuals and families affected by domestic abuse
  • Childline is there to help anyone under 19 in the UK with any issue they’re going through
  • Citizens Advice Cheshire West offers confidential, independent advice on a wide range of topics for free
  • Deafness Support Network provides support and services for Deaf, Deafblind, and people with a Visual Impairment in Cheshire and the surrounding area
  • Dementia Friendly Northwich aims to increase awareness and understanding of dementia, share existing initiatives and help promote better access to support and resources
  • Hartford and Greenbank Police works to safeguard the community
  • forfutures supports people into safe, secure housing and provides them with the opportunities to build a more positive sustainable future
  • Live Well Cheshire West has information about local services and support for residents in Cheshire West
  • Mid Cheshire Foodbank provides nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people
  • NHS 111 offers health advice and help for  symptoms
  • NHS Live Well has advice about healthy living, including eating a balanced diet, healthy weight, exercise, quitting smoking and drinking less alcohol
  • Samaritans is there for anyone who is going through a difficult time and is open 24 hours a day
  • Silver Line Helpline run by Age UK is a free, confidential telephone service for older people. It provides friendship, conversation and support 
  • Snow Angels is a Cheshire-based social enterprise which supports older people to continue to live independently and keep well
  • Universal Credit is a payment to help with living costs
  • YoungMinds provides young people with the tools to look after their mental health.