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  • The Western and Central Washington State Chapter have books for youth in our lending library. Please contact us at 800.848.7097.

  • National Alzheimer's Association Benjamin Greenfield Library

  • To request books from Benjamin Greenfield library: Alzheimer's Association staff and Association volunteers may request materials directly. Materials are lent for a four-week period. The public may directly request photocopies of articles for $10 an item. The library does not lend items from its collection directly to the public. We do loan items through local Alzheimer's Association chapters, and we participate in interlibrary loan. The public may request books, videos and other physical formats through the local Chapter or by going to their local library and requesting an interlibrary loan. Call Benjamin Greenfield at 312.335.9602 or 800.272.3900 or direct email to


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