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Updated January 8, 2016. **Please call designated points of contact to confirm dates and times.

 Support Groups for Alzheimer's Caregivers and Friends

We have many support groups, at various times and locations in southeastern Virginia. Check to see if there is a local group that fits your needs and if not, consider volunteering as a support group facilitator or co-facilitator. Contact Debra Davis at ddavis@alz.org or 800.272.3900 with questions or to volunteer as a facilitator or co-facilitator. Training will be provided.

We have Alzheimer's caregiver orientation classes and educational classes available here.

CHESAPEAKE

10 a.m.
4th Mon
Chesapeake Lifestyle Ctr.
800 N. Battlefield Blvd.
Patricia McClain, 757. 537.2817

7 p.m.
2nd Tue
St. Paul’s UMC
437 Providence Road
Mary Howie, 757.543.9091

EASTERN SHORE

4 p.m.
2nd Mon
Riverside Shore Memorial Hospital
9507 Hospital Dr.
Nassawadox, VA
Melissa Glennon, 757.414.8000
Nicole Cates, 757.442.5600
Mary Combs, 757.787.4058

10 a.m.
3rd Wed
Hermitage on the Eastern Shore
23610 North St. Onancock, VA
Kristie Annis, 757.789.7525
John Kellam, 757.787.2592
Nancy James, 757.787.4058

11:30 p.m.
4th Fri
Riverside Shore Rehab Center
26181 Parksley Rd., Parksley, VA
Lori Wilson, Felicia Blake,
757.665.5133

HAMPTON

1 p.m.
2nd Mon
Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
2150 Cunningham Drive
Judy Hutchinson & Vicki
Gwynn, 757.873.0541,
Donna Fitzgerald, 757.692.4505
Colleen Moran, 757.933.2617

6 p.m.
3rd Monday
Hampton Public Library Northampton Branch
936 Big Bethel Road, Hampton
Karen Owens-813-6799
Debra Davis- 459-2405

6 p.m.
3rd Monday of every month
Hampton Evening Caregiver Support group
Northampton Branch Library
936 Big Bethel Rd, Hampton, VA
Contact: Debra Davis, 757-459-2405
Karen Owens, 757-251-7977

NEWPORT NEWS

7 p.m.
1st Mon
Menchville Baptist Church
248 Menchville Road
Peggy Mahoney, 757.344.3592
Harry Berquest, 757.872.6434
Donna Fitzgerald, 757.692.4505

10 a.m.
1st Tues
Hidenwood Presbyterian
Church, 414 Hiden Boulevard
Peggy H. Smith, 757.595.0068

10 a.m.
2nd Fri
James River Convalescent Ctr.
540 Aberthaw Avenue
Angela Moore, 757.595.2273
Ruth Simon, 757.898.7340

NORFOLK

12:45 p.m.
1st Thu
Alzheimer’s Association
6350 Center Dr., Ste 102
Bob Fanning & Mary Howie, 757.459.2405
Lydia McKaye, 619.206.1675

PORTSMOUTH

7 p.m.
2nd Tue
St. Andrew Lutheran Church
4811 High Street, West
Edith Blake, 757.484.5959,
Hillary & Richard Todd 757.484.7199

SOUTH CENTRAL

5 p.m.
1st Tue
Hazelwood House
1107 W. Danville Street,
South Hill, 23970
Melissa Baird, 434.447.7661

2 p.m.
1st Thu
Brookview Lodge at The Woodland
2005 Cobb Street, Farmville
Marion Kyner, 434.392.6106
Rev Roland Grenouillou, 434-547-4794

VIRGINIA BEACH

Noon
2nd Mon
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
4560 Princess Anne Road
Bob Fanning, 757.495.4211
Raul Pernites, 757.495.4211

7 p.m.
2nd Tue
Church of the Holy Family
1279 Great Neck Road
Jim Fedor, 757.481.5702
Carol St. Cyr, 757.343.4970

WESTERN TIDEWATER

3 p.m.
3rd Mon
Lake Prince Woods
100 Anna Goode Way, Suffolk
Denise Brown, 757.923.5513

1 p.m.
2nd Wed
James L Camp Jr. Family YMCA
300 Crescent Dr., Franklin
Donna Jurnigan, 757.406.3059
Joy Cartwright, 434.430.5782

WILLIAMSBURG

11:15 a.m.
3rd Wed
Williamsburg UMC, Room 206
500 Jamestown Road
Open to men & women
Respite care for loved one
available. Registration required
Carolyn Yowell, 757.229.1771
Charlie Martino, 757.504.6871

1 p.m.
1st Wed
Williamsburg Community Chapel
3899 John Tyler Hwy, Room 118
Alana Stulen, 757.903.9839
John Broadwater, 757.220.2863

EARLY STAGE/YOUNGER ONSET
The purpose of Early-Stage Support Groups is to
provide a safe and supportive environment of peers
who are living in the early stages of Alzheimer’s
disease or related dementia and their care partners.
These groups offer dementia-related education,
emotional support, and connections with resources so
that the group members may enhance their lives in
the midst of the disease. Please contact Debra Davis
at debra.davis@alz.org or call 800.272.3900 for more
information or to schedule an interview.


 

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