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We are here for you in Lorain County.

If you care for someone with memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia, you may not know where to turn for help. That’s why we’re here.  Contact us with any questions and for free support 24/7.

Our Lorain County office is located at 37309 Harvest Avenue in Avon.

Call us at 800.272.3900


Lorain County Support Groups
Location Day/Time Address

3rd Wednesday
6:30 pm

Amherst Public Library, 221 Spring St.
Avon 1st Wednesday
7:00 pm
Alzheimer’s Association Western Office, 37309 Harvest Avenue (Behind Library)
Avon - Late Stage 4th Wednesday
Late Stage Support Group
Alzheimer’s Association Western Office, 37309 Harvest Avenue (Behind Library)
Elyria CCF 2nd Monday
6:30 pm
Cleveland Clinic Family Health Center, 303 Chestnut Commons Dr.
Grafton 3rd Monday
6:30 pm
Grafton United Methodist Church, 973 Mechanic St.
Oberlin 4th Tuesday
First Church 106 North Main Street.
Vermillion 3rd Tuesday
12:30 pm
591 Ferndale Avenue

Brain Health &
Alzheimer's Info Classes

Looking for a speaker in 2017? Help us to build awareness by scheduling a presentation for your group.  Our education team is available for presentations on brain health, memory loss, Alzheimer’s disease and resources for individuals with dementia and their caregivers.  With up-to-date practical information, we regularly lead presentations to community groups throughout Northeast Ohio.  We frequently speak to faith organizations, community groups, civic clubs, employee wellness programs, and other corporate events.

Request a speaker today! Call 1.800.272.3900 


Click the image to view the Lorain County Needs Assessment summary report.  Click here for the full report.


Alzheimer's Association

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