Community Resource Finder
Access comprehensive listings of Alzheimer's resources and community programs and services. If you or someone you know is living with Alzheimer's disease, finding reliable resources close to home can make a difference in your quality of life and planning for the future. The Community Resource Finder is a comprehensive database of legal experts, housing and care options, and programs and services all in one location, making it easy to search, find and access the support you need quickly.
Find Resources in 2 Easy Steps:
Learn more about the programs and services listed within the Community Resource Finder.
Read a full list of definitions describing the resources listed above. These definitions can help you to better define your search and the type of resource you want to locate.
Get tips on questions to ask
Choosing the right type of care to meet your needs may be overwhelming. Below are some helpful tips and questions to ask:
A good place to start.
If you're having trouble determining which resources may be of help, visit the Alzheimer's Navigator. This tool uses your answers to a series of simple questions to create a customized Action Plan. Your plan may suggest re-visitng the Community Resource Finder to locate specific programs and services.
Connect with others who share your experiences.
Use ALZConnected to exchange ideas, thoughts and experiences with others facing Alzheimer's and dementia. Form new connections, talk on message boards and find user solutions to common challenges.
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The Alzheimer’s Association does not endorse any of the providers listed here. The information contained in the Community Resource Finder is thought to be reliable but is not guaranteed to be accurate. It is compiled from provider descriptions of their own services as well as other public data sources and is subject to change without further notice. The Alzheimer’s Association does not endorse any of the providers listed here. For assistance in how to determine the best care option for your situation, call the 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900.