Find a Check. Change. Control.® Program Near You

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The American Heart Association is always working on behalf of your heart health. Maintaining a healthy blood pressure is one of the many ways you can help keep your heart healthy. To help you understand your risk for high blood pressure (HBP), we have expanded our successful community-level BP monitoring program — Check. Change. Control.® — to locations throughout the country.

Check. Change. Control. empowers you to learn about, monitor and manage blood pressure through a combination of resources. To participate in or volunteer for a program in your area, click the appropriate link below to contact an AHA staff member to request more information.

ALABAMA - Montgomery Contact
ARIZONA - Tempe, Phoenix Contact
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ARKANSAS - Little Rock, Fayetteville Contact
CALIFORNIA - Los Angeles Contact
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CALIFORNIA - Oakland (Greater Bay Area) Contact
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CALIFORNIA - Orange County, Irvine Contact
CALIFORNIA - Riverside Contact
CALIFORNIA - San Francisco Contact
CALIFORNIA - San Jose, Silicon Valley Contact
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COLORADO - Denver Contact
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CONNECTICUT Contact
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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - Washington D.C. Contact
FLORIDA Contact
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GEORGIA - Atlanta Contact
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ILLINOIS - Chicago Contact
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ILLINOIS - E. St. Louis Contact
INDIANA - Gary, Indianapolis Contact
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KANSAS - Kansas City Contact
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KENTUCKY Contact
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LOUISIANA Contact
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MARYLAND - Baltimore Contact
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MASSACHUSETTS - Boston, Springfield, All MA Contact
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MICHIGAN - Detroit Contact
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MINNESOTA - Minneapolis, St. Paul, All MN Contact
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MISSISSIPPI Contact
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MISSOURI - St. Louis Contact
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NEBRASKA - Omaha Contact
NEVADA Contact
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NEW JERSEY Contact
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NEW MEXICO Contact
NEW YORK - New York Contact
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NEW YORK - Syracuse Contact
NORTH CAROLINA - Charlotte Contact
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NORTH CAROLINA - Triangle (RDU) Contact
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NORTH CAROLINA - Triad Contact
OHIO - Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati Contact
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OKLAHOMA - Oklahoma City
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PENNSYLVANIA - Philadelphia Contact
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PENNSYLVANIA - Pittsburgh Contact
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PUERTO RICO Contact
RHODE ISLAND Contact
SOUTH CAROLINA Contact
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SOUTH CAROLINA - Greenville Contact
TENNESSEE - Memphis, Nashville Contact
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TEXAS - Austin Contact
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TEXAS - Corpus Christi Contact
TEXAS - Dallas Contact
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TEXAS - Fort Worth Contact
TEXAS - Houston Contact
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TEXAS - San Antonio Contact
UTAH - Salt Lake City Contact
VIRGINIA - Richmond, Central VA Contact
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VIRGINIA - Hampton Roads Contact
WASHINGTON - Seattle Contact
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WISCONSIN - Milwaukee Contact
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If your community does not have Check. Change. Control. yet, don’t let that stop you from getting to know and monitor your blood pressure numbers. With blood pressure monitoring available at no cost in many pharmacies, health care facilities, and even fire stations, you can easily find out your blood pressure readings. AHA has extensive blood pressure information online and a BP tracking tool called the Check. Change. Control. ® Tracker.  Your blood pressure matters, so get serious about a potentially serious health matter.

The Check. Change. Control. ® Tracker does more than track information. It provides information about your condition with relevant educational content, tools and resources. You will gain a better understanding of your current health information and will discover action plans suited to your current health needs. The CCC Tracker allows you to set up text message reminders, text in your readings and to connect with a volunteer health mentor to encourage you to reach your goal to have your blood pressure under control.

To learn more about other types of health information technology (health IT), visit HealthIT.gov.


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