Events In Indiana

Who We Are
Cardiovascular diseases and stroke are major causes of death in Indiana. Survivors, volunteers, advocates, healthcare providers,donors - all are building healthier lives in Indiana.

American Heart Association Staff
What We Do
We're building healthier lives where you live and work - in the community, health care, education and research.
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How You Can Help
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Find Us
Regional Office
6500 Technology Center Dr.
Ste.100
Indianapolis, IN  46278
phone: (317) 873-3640
fax: (317) 873-3070
 

 
 






 



How We Help You in Indiana

CPR & First Aid Training

Free Health Fair Kit: Online request form
   If you need large quantities, they may be purchased at www.krames.com/aha.

Free Reproducibles:


In the past five years (2010-2014) the American Heart Association has funded 63 multi-year research awards at four Indiana research institutions at a cost of almost $7.2million:
  • 1 new research study at Indiana University, Bloomington at a cost of $20,000
  • 42 new studies at Indiana University, Indianapolis at a cost of $4,828,508
  • 9 new studies at Purdue University, West Lafayette at a cost of $1,169,000
  • 11 new studies at the University of Notre Dame, South Bend at a cost of $1,171,989
Nationwide, we invest almost $145 million a year ($3.7 billion since 1949) in heart and stroke research that has led to recent breakthroughs such as clot-busting drugs and drug-eluting stents. Healthcare providers learn about medical advances and new treatment guidelines though our journals, conferences and online courses.

In our 11-state Midwest Affiliate we currently are supporting 405 multi-year studies at a cost of $63,864,048

Find out more about heart and stroke research in the Midwest.

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The American Heart Association Midwest Affiliate funds projects that help us achieve our Impact Goal: To improve the cardiovascular health of all Americans by 20% by the year 2020, and to reduce deaths from heart disease and stroke by 20%.

Midwest Affiliate Community Innovation Grants awarded July 2015

Affinia Healthcare (formerly Grace Hill Health Center, Inc.), St. Louis MO
Reducing Cardiovascular Disease in the Underserved Communities of St. Louis City

Compassionate Care Network, Chicago IL
Spotlight on Heart Health

EverThrive Illinois, Chicago IL
Cooking Matters in Englewood

Family Wellness, LLC, Fargo ND
School-Based Collaborative Healthy Cooking Lessons

Fridley High School, Fridley MN
Fridley High School EMS Start Up

Gospel Run, Chicago IL
Gospel Run-Inspired Communities Project

Greater St. Mark Church of God in Christ, East St. Louis IL
Greater St. Mark Church of God in Christ Community Garden

Heritage Place of Indianapolis, Inc., Indianapolis IN
Heart Disease and Older Adults

Holy Family Memorial, Inc., Manitowoc WI
Why Weight

National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Indianapolis Chapter, Inc., Indianapolis IN
Change of Heart

North Shore Fire Department, Brown Deer WI
Take 10 and Save a Life

Northend Ministerial Association, Grand Rapids MI
Northend Wellness Coalition

Ozarks Resource Group DBA: Ozarks Community Health Center,
Heritage MO
Diabetes and Hypertension Coaching

Parkview Foundation Inc. /Parkview Heart Institute, Fort Wayne IN
Getting Your Heart Healthy Diet with Minimal Resources

Partners in Community Building, Inc., Chicago IL
Pearly Peas

Presence Hospitals PRV DBA: Presence Covenant Medical Center,
Urbana IL
PCMC Community Awareness of Stroke

Project Healthy Schools/University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI
Project Healthy Schools & YMCA Partnership

Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL
Project for a Healthy Heart

Samuel U. Rodgers Health Center Inc., Kansas City MO
Group Medical Appointments

St. Luke Memorial Church of God in Christ,
Kansas City MO
Heart2Heart: Partnering To Build a Healthy Heart

Windom Area Hospital, Windom MN
Life’s Simple Seven Educational Series

YMCA of Rapid City, Rapid City SD
Parkinson’s Wellness Class

Juliann Kelly
Communications Director, Northern Indiana
(414) 227-1458

Fort Wayne Heart Walk
Saturday, September 16, 2017

Lafayette Heart Walk

Saturday, October 14, 2017

South Bend Mardi Gras
Thursday, February 8, 2018

South Bend Go Red For Women (Elkhart County)
February 22, 2018

Kokomo Go Red for Women
Thursday, February 23, 2018

Muncie Heart Walk
April 2018

Lafayette Heart Ball

May 2018

South Bend Go Red For Women Luncheon (St. Joe)
Thursday, May 10, 2018

Fort Wayne Heart Ball
May 2018

South Bend BBQ with Coach Brey
Thursday September 28, 2018

American Heart Association Indiana Contacts

Muncie

Teresa Royer
Heart Walk Director
Teresa.Royer@heart.org
1-800-229-1503
Muncie Heart Walk

Teresa Royer
Heart Walk Director
Teresa.Royer@heart.org
1-800-229-1503
Muncie Heart Walk

Teresa Royer
Heart Walk Director
Teresa.Royer@heart.org
1-800-229-1503
Fort Wayne Heart Walk

Florence Bear
Corporate Events Director
Heart Ball & Go Red For Women
Florence.Bear@heart.org
1-800-229-1503
Fort Wayne Heart Ball

Norma Coronado-Ortiz
Corporate Events Director
Heart Ball, MOH, Go Red For Women
Norma Coronado-Ortiz
1-800-229-1503
South Bend/St Joseph County GRFW

Ashley Strickland
Corporate Events Director
Heart Walk, Heart Ball, Red Dress Dash
Ashley.Strickland@heart.org
1-800-229-1503
Lafayette Heart Ball
Lafayette Heart Walk

Ashley Strickland
Corporate Events Director
Go Red For Women
Ashley.Strickland@heart.org
1-800-229-1503

Diane Kemp
Metro Director
Diane.Kemp@heart.org
1-800-229-1503

Ann Birchfield
Youth Market Director
1-800-229-1503
Becky Young
Youth Market Director
1-800-229-1503
Carrie Bruce
Youth Market Director
1-800-229-1503
Emily Nichols
Youth Market Director
1-800-229-1503
Jennifer Nanny
Youth Market Director
1-800-229-1503
Kate Mullen
Youth Market Director
1-800-229-1503
Me-Me Pruitt
Youth Market Director
1-800-229-1503