MWA Southeast Michigan Home Page

Who We Are
Cardiovascular diseases and stroke are the #1 cause of death. Survivors, volunteers, advocates, healthcare providers,donors - all are building healthier lives in Michigan.
 
What We Do
We're building healthier lives where you live and work - in the community, health care, education and research.

 
How Can You Help
Touch hearts - save lives. Here’s the chance to make a real difference in Southeast Michigan!
Learn about volunteering

SE Michigan Facebook Page SE Michigan AHA Twitter Page Michigan Instagram Page Midwest Affiliate YouTube Page
 
Find Us
Regional Office
27777 Franklin Road. Suite 1150
Southfield, MI  48034
phone: (248) 936-5800
fax: (248) 936-5784


 
Find a Local Event
Date / TimeContactEventLocation
 August 26th 10 AM - 2PM & August 27 9 AM - 1PM Whitney Coleman Check. Change. Control. Kick-Off Celebration Second Ebenezer Church

NEWS


   
  Message of Heart Health Comes with Laughs






Access to Healthy Foods is a Challenge in Michigan

 

                                                                          

Southeast Michigan volunteers for the American Heart Association are celebrating American Heart Month by knitting red hats for all babies born in February at participating hospitals for the Little Hats, Big HeartsTM project.



Take the 61 Day Challenge "Less sugar. More steps." presented by the Detroit Medical Center.
Find online resources to help you succeed!

How We Help You in Southeast Michigan

CPR & First Aid Training

Visit heart.org/cpr

Visit heart.org/cpr

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

Free Reproducibles:

Infographics and Handouts


Southeast Michigan Volunteer Home
We cannot succeed in our mission without you!

Whitney Coleman, 248-936-5835

Find out more about our Blood Pressure Algorithm and resources available for Southeast Michigan


Find out more about the Girl Scout Go Red Patch program and resources available for southeast Michigan.

In Michigan during the past five years (2012-2016) the American Heart Association funded more than $17 million in new research:

14 studies at Henry Ford Health System, Detroit at a cost of $2,783,224
11 studies at Michigan State University, East Lansing at a cost of $1,310,306
4 studies at Michigan Technological University, Houghton at a cost of $182,000
2 studies at Oakland University, Rochester, at a cost of $8,000
105 studies at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor at a cost of $11,393,464
15 studies at Wayne State University, Detroit at a cost of $1,433,766
1 study at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo: $26,000
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 402 multi-year studies at a cost of $70,327,574.


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

Communications Director
Ryan Foster
(248) 936-5825

Volunteer Recognition Night

We are so grateful for each one of these volunteers who go above and beyond to help us reach our goals. We could not do it without you! Thank you so much for helping us end heart disease and stroke in our lifetime.

Volunteer NameDepartment
Aimee TaylorYouth Market
Connie NewtonAdvocacy
Cristina RheaCommunications
Earlexia Norwood, M.D.Communications and Multicultural Health
Kristine AdamsWashtenaw Corporate Development
Linda SappMulticultural Health
Linda VenableWashtenaw Corporate Development
Lisa Whitmore DavisMulticultural Health
Matt ConwayYouth Market
Melina FuentesWashtenaw Corporate Development
Mitzi CardonaMulticultural Health
Nick MalburgYouth Market
Nohemi De La TorreMulticultural Health
Rob SolteszYouth Market
Ryan Red HuntingtonWashtenaw Corporate Development
Shirley KellHeart Walk
Steve LorenzoHeart Walk
Tasha WilliamsCommunity Health