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For more information please call 520-322-6601, or our 24 Hour Helpline at 1-800-272-3900.

Below are documents listing the resources available to persons with dementia and their caregivers.

Questions such as "Does your facility accept" dementia patients, wanderers, combativeness, short term respite or ALTCS pending are asked.  Facilities are noted whether they have a dementia unit, wanderguard, door alarms, key pad locks or a secured/enclosed outdoor area. The list covers institutions in Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, Pima, Pinal, Santa Cruz and Yuma Counties.


Adult Day Care

Adult Day Care Centers that accept persons with dementia

Assisted Living Centers

Assisted Living Homes that accept persons with dementia


Attorneys that deal with elder law

Geriatric Psychiatrists

Psychiatrists that work with persons with dementia


Geriatricians that accept persons with dementia

Home Health Agencies

In-home health care agencies that accept persons with dementia


Neurologists that work with persons with dementia

Nursing Homes

Nursing Homes that accept persons with dementia

Placement Agencies

Finds placement for persons with dementia


Agencies that provide respite for carepartners of persons with dementia

Transportation Services

Agencies that help transport persons with dementia

While the Chapter attempts to keep as complete information as possible, this list is not inclusive and information is subject to change. Please contact the facility for confirmation of information. To obtain current information regarding facility licensure status or complaints, please contact the Arizona Dept of Health Services at 602.542.1001 or check online at


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