Minnesota Stroke Association

Stroke Resources

After a stroke, there are often difficult decisions to make. Fortunately, there are many resources available to assist with the rehabilitation process.

The Minnesota Stroke Association's Resource Guide has information to assist you in making informed decisions about the quality of life for you and/or the person you care for following a stroke. The Resource Guide has listings of resources and tips to help you choose support services that will meet your needs.

The Minnesota Stroke Association provideds resources and information through our Resource Facilitation department to better connect people affected by stroke and the professionals who support them with tailored information about available resources and supports in your area. Call our Resource Facilitation deaprtment at 763-553-0088 for more information and to find resources near you.

Resources include, but are limited to:

  • One-to-One Telephone Support
  • Financial Planning and Resources
  • Home Health Service
  • Housing and Home Modications
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Long-Term Care
  • Medical Rehabilitation
  • Support Groups
  • Driving and Transportation
  • Returning to Work and Vocational Rehabilitation
  • County Resources
  • And more...

The Minnesota Stroke Association's Resource Facilitation department is a free service that is available to anyone who has been affected by stroke or brain injury, including family, friends, co-workers and medical professionals who provide services for individuals with stroke and brain injury. Please contact our Resource Facilitation department at 763-553-0088 for assistance and accessing resources.