Help us ensure that everyone in San Diego has the opportunity to live a longer, healthier life.
A Culture of Health
Imagine a San Diego where healthy choices are equitable and accessible, where your freeway exit does not determine your health. We are fighting heart diseases and stroke, the No. 1 and No. 5 killers of all Americans, by making the places we live, learn, work, play, pray and heal healthier.
Join the fight to end heart disease and stroke by attending a San Diego event!
For Donna Marie Robinson, Health Equity is Personal
Health equity is more than just a talking point for cardiomyopathy survivor and San Diego Go Red for Women ambassador Donna Marie Robinson.
"Health equity will lead to healthier, more stable, safer communities. That benefits everyone," she said. "Yet all too often, communities of color are left out of the conversations. We don’t have a seat at the table."
Emergencies leave us feeling helpless, but they don’t have to. Take two minutes to learn Hands-Only CPR™ now. 70 percent of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests happen in homes. When a person has a cardiac arrest, immediate CPR can double or triple their chance of survival. Prepare to save a life, find a CPR course near you today.
Healthy For Good
You don’t need a guilt trip. We know you know. You want to be healthy... for good. And we’re here to help inspire you to create lasting change in your health and your life, one small step at a time. The approach is simple: Eat smart. Add color. Move more. Be well. Get Healthy For Good.
Your Voice Matters
We will only beat heart disease and stroke if we work together. We advocate for policies that prevent cardiovascular diseases, improve the quality of and access to care, increase research funding and expand rehabilitation services.
Research Goes Red
Join thousands of women in the fight against heart disease. The American Heart Association's Go Red for Women® movement and Verily's Project Baseline have joined forces to launch Research Goes Red, an initiative calling on women across the United States to contribute to health research.