Program Overview

The purpose of the Heart Storey Program is to increase the awareness and prevention of Heart
Disease, Atrial Fibrillation, Embolic Disorders, and Stroke in high-risk populations.
 It's namesake,
Curtis Storey, is a Stroke Survivor and wanted to develop a program that would inform people about the
impact that Stroke has had on his life.  
Click here to read Curtis' Heart Storey as featured in the Long
Beach Memorial Medical Center 2008-2009 Annual Report.

Services Offered

The Heart Storey Program provides individuals and families with informational workshops and,
personalized consultations services relating to the prevention and treatment of Heart Disease,
Atrial Fibrillation, Embolic Disorders, and Stroke.
 We also provide referral  and support services for
those who already suffer from these disorders and their caregivers.

Partnership Opportunities

The Heart Storey Program has many partnership opportunities for local businesses and agencies.  We are
particularly looking increase our outreach efforts, expand our program to include enhanced
case-management support, assistance with navigating the social services system, and funding to support
medical and rehabilitation services for those without insurance or with limited coverage.  
We promote
events such as the
2nd Annual WiiHab Championship to bring increased awareness to our
cause.  Your donation to this wonderful event would be greatly appreciated.  Use the link above
to donate online or
click this link to send your donation by mail.

Contact Information

For more information on the Heart Stories Program, please contact Sharma Henderson.
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