About ASA

2010 Goal
The American Stroke Association’s goal is to reduce stroke and risk by 25 percent by 2010

Vision Statement
We envision a world where stroke is minimized and ultimately eliminated as a major health problem. We look forward to a world where risk factors are reduced and rapid treatment is obtained. We strive to change the landscape of healthcare delivery so that optimal care and maximum recovery are achieved for those who do suffer a stroke.

What We're Doing
The American Stroke Association offers a wide array of programs, products and services, from patient education materials to scientific statements. Here are just a few of our current activities. more

How can I help?
Volunteer, click to donate or both. The ASA has many ways for you to help in the fight against stroke. more

Alliances
To fight stroke, the American Stroke Association works closely with the American Heart Association's affiliates nationwide. We also establish alliances with other organizations to use resources effectively. more

History
The American Stroke Association is the division of the American Heart Association that's solely focused on reducing disability and death from stroke through research, education, fundraising and advocacy. more