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Use this search tool to find support groups in your area.

Find support, education and hope in a compassionate and safe environment.

Alzheimer’s Association support group meetings are free and open to unpaid caregivers, family members and individuals experiencing mild memory loss.

Participation in a support group can be an empowering experience; helping members feel better prepared to cope with their unique situation. Support group members report feeling less alone, more able to confront their daily challenges, and more hopeful about their future. Confidentiality of shared information is honored.

We offer over 125 support groups throughout Washington State and Northern Idaho, and are always adding more. If there are no support groups currently offered in your area, please call our 24/7 Helpline (800) 272-3900, so that we can work to add more support groups where they are needed most. In the meantime, our Helpline can provide you with valuable information, education and support.

Please call the contact listed to verify meeting days, locations and times before attending.

Support groups and their facilitators are not to be contacted for commercial purposes, solicitation, or visits from anyone who is not currently caring for someone with dementia. Researchers and college level students who wish to attend a support group for purposes of study may submit requests to Linda Whiteside, Director of Community Support, at 206.529.3875 or

All groups listed are sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association, Washington State Chapter, serving Washington and Northern Idaho.

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Alzheimer's Association

Our vision is a world without Alzheimer's
Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.