red icon of shaking handsStroke Connection® Magazine
Stroke Connection is a free digital magazine for stroke survivors and their family caregivers that brings information and inspiration directly to you quarterly. When you sign up with your email, you’ll also receive the SC e-Extra monthly newsletter between quarterly issues. Sign up today by visiting
red icon of a person and text on a pageTips for Daily Living Library
A stroke can make everyday activities challenging. Our volunteer-powered library gathers tips and ideas from stroke survivors, caregivers and health care professionals who have created or discovered adaptive ways to get things done! Visit
red icon of three people arranged in a triangle with clockwise arrows connecting each oneSupport Network
Recovering from a stroke, or caring for someone who is, can be an emotional and isolating experience. Being there for each other is why we created a virtual support community for stroke and heart disease survivors and their families. Join our Support Network today at
red icon of a phone handset with sound wavesAmerican Stroke Association Warmline
Stroke survivors and caregivers can get support and ask questions of others who have been affected by stroke by calling the Stroke Family Warmline at 1-888-4-STROKE (888-478-7653). The Warmline is staffed by specially trained stroke survivors and caregivers who can answer questions, just listen or provide information on local support groups.
red icon of person and speech bubble on a laptopNational Stroke Group Registry
Support groups can be a very useful service for stroke survivors and their families. Tap into our registry of support groups. Go to and enter your zip code and a mileage radius to find registered stroke groups near you. Or call 1-888-4-STROKE (888-478-7653) to find a group near you.