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2277 Highway 36 West, Suite 200 Roseville, MN 55113-3830
Phone: 763-553-0088
Fax: 612-378-2789
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The Minnesota Stroke Association is a proud member of Charities Review Council. The Charities Review Council is an independent resource for people who make contributions to support charities.

The Minnesota Stroke Association is a proud member of Community Health Charities Minnesota. Community Health Charities Minnesota is an alliance of leading nonprofit health research and service organizations whose mission is to improve lives affected by chronic illness by investing in health research, services and education.


The mission of the Minnesota Stroke Association is to raise awareness about stroke and to enhance the quality of life for all people coping with its sudden and long-term effects.

The 2016 Strides for Stroke will take place on Saturday, May 21 at five locations in Minnesota:

Each May, the Minnesota Stroke Association celebrates National Stroke Awareness Month. The Association understands the needs of stroke survivors. While we work throughout the year to fulfill the Association's mission of raising awareness about stroke and to enhance the quality of life for all people coping with its sudden and long-term effects, the month of May becomes a highlight for all who have been touched by stroke.

Click here to find out more about Stroke Awareness Month.

Take the My Stroke Risk Assessment
Every year, more than 795,000 people in the United States have a stroke; it is the third leading cause of death and the number one cause of disability in our country. However, many strokes can be prevented! The first step is knowing your risk factors and how your choices could lead you to increased chance of stroke. The Minnesota Stroke Association has developed an assessment tool to empower you to make healthier choices and raise awareness of what specific areas you can improve to lower your risk.

Click here to take your Stroke Risk Assement to help you better understand your individual risk factors.

Join us for the ActFAST Run Team on October 8 and 9 as part of the Twin Cities Medtronic Marathon!

What does it mean to Act FAST? In the stroke community, it means recognizing the signs of stroke (Facial Drooping, Arm Weakness and Slurred Speech) and acting on them in a timely fashion by calling 911. In our daily lives, however, we can Act FAST by raising awareness of stroke's warning signs throughout our communities and across the state. Enter the Act FAST Running Team! Click here to find out more.

Stroke Matters Fall 2015
In the Fall/Winter edition of Stroke Matters, read about the journey to stroke recovery, life after stroke, our Public Relations department and more.

Click here to read Stroke Matters.

Help fight against stroke

  • Stroke is a leading cause of disability in the United States
  • Someone in the United States has a stroke every 40 seconds. Every four minutes someone dies of stroke
  • In 2010, the estimated cost of stroke in the United States was $53.9 billion. This total includes the cost of health care services, medications, and lost productivity.

Survivors of Stroke
If you have survived a stroke and are seeking information or resources, click here.

Family & Caregivers
If you are the caregiver for a family member or a friend who has had a stroke, please click here.