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Support Group Facilitator Refresher Training

This training is designed to meet other facilitators and exchange ideas in regards to your support group.

When / Time:   Tuesday, November 10 - 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Where:   Alzheimer's Association - Greater Michigan Chapter
                25200 Telegraph Road, Suite 100

Cost:    No fee / Bring a bag lunch
Contact Treena at 248 996 1058 or


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Facilitator & Education Program Presenter Training - Northern Michigan

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Volunteer Facts

Did you know:

  • In 2013, the Alzheimer's Association - Greater Michigan Chapter, a national voluntary health care organization, utilized over 1,080 volunteers to facilitate their programs,
    services and special events.
  • In 2013, the Greater Michigan Chapter volunteers provided approximately 13,405 hours of service as support group leaders, helpline counselors, speakers, direct care
    workers and special event workers with a total value of approximately $276,545 .
  • In 2011, 64.3 million volunteers provided 8 billion hours of service valued at $171 million in the United States.
  • The Greater Michigan Chapter volunteers consist of family members, former caregivers, students, retirees, individuals living with early-stage memory loss and the general public.
  • The Alzheimer's Association - Greater Michigan Chapter needs volunteers for: Harry L. Nelson Helpline, Direct Care, Health Fairs, Special Events, Data Entry, Speaking,
    Clerical, Minds on Art and Support Groups.

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Volunteers - We Need You!

The Alzheimer’s Association – Greater Michigan Chapter has many opportunities available for volunteers. Explore the possibilities.

If you have volunteered in the past or would like to get involved for the first time, we welcome you!

The Alzheimer's Association - Greater Michigan Chapter volunteers are answering the phones, working on computers/data processing, helping at our special events throughout the year and many other critical functions.  
If you devote a couple of hours a week, a month or make a more significant time commitment we hope you will consider joining our team of caring and passionate people helping us to make a difference.  

The Greater Michigan Chapter has many different areas of needs and opportunity.  Browse through the volunteer descriptions below and if you would like more information, please complete the volunteer application and fax it to the number indicated or call 800 272 3900.  We look forward to meeting you!  

  Volunteer Application

 Administrative Support  Administrative Support Volunteer Description
 Development  Development Volunteer Description
 Education  Education Volunteer Description
 Family Services  Family Services Volunteer Description
 Public Policy  Public Policy Volunteer Description
 Respite  Respite Volunteer Description
 Support Groups  Support Group Volunteer Description
 Helpline  Helpline Volunteer Description

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