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Support the fight against Alzheimer's.

Alzheimer's disease is one of the most critical public health issues in America. This is why we are unrelentingly advocating for public policies that increase critical research funding and support all those affected. Now is the time to join us. Help persuade policymakers to make Alzheimer's a priority in Maryland.



Thursday, Feb. 15, 2024

Join us for the Alzheimer's Association Maryland Advocacy Day on February 15, 2024! We invite you to spend a day in Annapolis, engaging with Maryland's state legislators to seek their support in the fight against Alzheimer's. This is your chance to share your stories and amplify your voices. Stand united with fellow advocates from your area as we work collaboratively to advance crucial legislation.

If you have questions or are unsure about what to do during Advocacy Day, worry not! We are organizing training sessions in the upcoming weeks to ensure that all our advocates feel well-prepared and confident. Simply register below, and we will provide you with details and training dates soon.

It's never too late to join this important cause! Together, we are making a difference in the battle against Alzheimer's.


Check out the 2024 Maryland Legislative Priorities here.

If you have any questions or concerns, please email Lynn Phan, Advocacy Manager or call 443.266.2248.

Alzheimer's Association chapters serving Maryland:
Greater Maryland serves all counties except the five served by the National Capital Area. 
The National Capital Area serves Calvert, Charles, Montgomery, Prince George's, and St. Mary's counties.

Chapter Contact:
Lynn Phan, Advocacy Manager or call 443.266.2248.

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