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The Alzheimer's Association Louisiana Chapter is here to provide services to all sixty-four parishes across the State by increasing concern and awareness, providing care and support, and encouraging research and advocacy to help end Alzheimer's disease.

South Louisiana - Chapter office
3445 N. Causeway Boulevard, Suite 902; Metairie, LA 70002

Our Chapter office serves as our state headquarters and provides services to the areas of Greater New Orleans, the Northshore, Houma, and surrounding parishes. For more information on the Walk to End Alzheimer's, including sponsorship and new teams, please contact Chet Harrell charrell@alz.org or 504.292.2942.

North Louisiana - Shreveport
910 Pierremont Rd., Ste. 410; Shreveport, LA 71106

Our northern office located in Shreveport services Alexandria, Lake Charles, Monroe, Shreveport and surrounding parishes. For more information on the Walk to End Alzheimer's, including sponsorship and new teams, please contact Debbie Hayes dhayes@alz.org or 318.861.8680.

Central Office - Baton Rouge
15424 Springwood Ave., Baton Rouge, LA 70817

Our central office located in Baton Rouge services Tangipahoa, Baton Rouge, Lafayette and surrounding parishes. For more information on the Walk to End Alzheimer's, including sponsorship and new teams, please contact Tricia Ory tory@alz.org or 225.910.2835.

For information regarding Education Programs, Support Groups, and Advocacy in your area, please contact Knesha Rose krose@alz.org or 504.330.2426.

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1.800.272.3900

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Alzheimer's Association

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Formed in 1980, the Alzheimer's Association is the world's leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research.