Programs & Services
The Pacific Stroke Association (PSA) offers a wealth of free services for people who have suffered stroke, their families and friends, as well as to individuals interested in learning more about stroke. Whether you’ve just had a stroke, or you’re seeking ideas for ongoing recovery, our compassionate staff and volunteers can help you.
A series of programs offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays, create an inspiring environment for post-stroke educational activities. Programs are planned by stroke survivors & family caregivers for the stroke community. For more information, click here.
There are a variety of groups that let you talk with others who are in a similar situation. The groups are facilitated by volunteer healthcare professionals. For more information, click here.
PSA's Stroke Resource Directory is a comprehensive resource for stroke survivors and their caregivers. Learn how to get a copy here.
PSA participates in several community events and provides stroke educational lectures presented by healthcare professionals and volunteers.
The PSA calendar provides a quick view for what's going on for the week or month.