Support Group Services

Support Groups allow caregivers, persons with Alzheimer’s or other dementia, and/or family members to meet on an ongoing basis to receive support from their peers and information on the disease. The following are types of support groups available through Alzheimer’s Los Angeles.

Caregiver Support Groups

When it comes to caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia, it’s hard to do it alone. This program provides education about the disease. Groups are peer support and held in different languages throughout Los Angeles County (such as Spanish, Korean and Japanese).

Telephone Support Groups

Sometimes it is not possible for a caregiver to attend a Support Group in person, whether due to life challenges or the nature of caregiving. Participating in a telephone support group allows the individual a regular time to talk to others who are going through a similar situation.

Early Stage Support Groups

These support groups are specifically for persons in the early stage of Alzheimer’s disease. Information about these groups can be found in the Early Stage Services section of this directory.

Facilitate A Support Group

Interested in leading a group for people living with a dementia and/or their caregivers? Call us at (844) 435-7259 to learn about our volunteer opportunities.

To receive a complete listing of the support groups in the Greater Los Angeles area, please call our Helpline at (844) 435-7259.

To receive a complete listing of the support groups in the Greater Los Angeles area, please call our 24/7 Helpline at (844) 435-7259 or view the Support Group Directory.