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Colorado Springs

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Culture of Health

Our mission is to create a world free of heart disease and stroke — a world where everyone can achieve the best possible health—and it starts right here in our community. That’s why we must come together to solve complex issues that affect this generation and generations to come. Together we can improve quality of life, ensure healthy environments, strengthen the economy, elevate care and change policy for all.

Show You Have Colorado at Heart

As a member of the community, you have an important role to play in helping to improve the long-term health of our city.

Contact Us

American Heart Association

10900-B Stonelake Blvd. Suite 320

Attn: Colorado Springs

Austin, TX 78759


Phone: 866.698.5414

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Improving the health of local employees

Groundbreaking research is vital to improving local patient outcomes. This is why we have been funding research in Colorado since the 1970s. By driving scientific breakthroughs and creating guidelines for care that reflect the latest proven research findings, we improve the way that local hospitals help patients prevent, treat and recover from heart disease and stroke.

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Changing Policy

You're the Cure is working within our community to empower citizens to take informed action on local and state policies, and champion policies and laws that help people avoid unhealthy practices and create safer communities. Our advocates are addressing critical healthcare concerns by advocating for policies that can improve access and boost the quality and value of care.

Improving Quality of Life

Living healthy and free of disease makes a critical difference in quality of life. Check. Change. Control. is working within our community to raise awareness about the vital effect lifestyle as on health, make healthy options accessible and available for all. Our programs help children form healthy habits that will last a lifetime, by removing obstacles to making healthy choices.

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The Moment You Move More

Americans’ sedentary lifestyles are increasing their risk for heart disease and stroke, but small steps—actual steps—lead to big gains and can help you become Healthy For Good. Whether it’s walking, running, biking, swimming, playing sports or doing yoga, the American Heart Association recommends adults get at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity per week, or 75 minutes of vigorous activity. Kids should get at least 60 minutes of activity every day.

If you don’t want to sweat the numbers, just move more. Sneak more steps into your daily routine and find forms of exercise you enjoy.