The Alzheimer's Association Mississippi Chapter is dedicated to advancing the care, support, and research to all those affected by Alzheimer's in Mississippi. We offer local support groups, community education, advocacy efforts, and fundraising events throughout the state for anyone looking to become involved.
Learn about Alzheimer's, dementia and memory loss in this brief community-focused listening session. We'll review the basics of these conditions, services of the Alzheimer's Association and how we can expand the reach of local programs and services. Bring a friend and share your thoughts about how the Alzheimer's Association can help more people in your community.
Jackson Metro - Hosted in partnership with Baptist Hospital
Wednesday, June 30th 11:30am
We are looking to host forums throughout the state of Mississippi to educate and understand the communities needs regarding this disease. If you are interested in hosting a forum in your area, please contact Kristen Davis White at KriDavis@alz.org
Virtual Education Programs
Being a caregiver doesn't come with an instruction manual, but there are resources available to help. Use the free trainings and workshops on this page
to gain caregiving skills and practical advice. Courses also avaiable in spanish. These courses can also be presented live virtually, by request. Email KriDavis@alz.org with any speaker requests.
Online Caregiver Tools
Our free 24/7 Helpline (800.272.3900)
, staffed by master’s-level clinicians and specialists, provides confidential support and information to all those affected in over 200 languages.
We host ALZConnected®
, an online community where people with Alzheimer’s and their caregivers can ask questions and find support.
Community Resource Finder
, a comprehensive database of programs and services, housing and care services, and legal experts, allows people to locate resources in their communities.
helps guide Caregivers to answers by creating a personalized action plan and linking you to information, support and local resources.
Church of Christ
613 East Lee Boulevard
1st Tuesday 6:30PM – 730PM
Cindy Walker 662-498-0025
2016 Bienville Blvd
Ocean Springs, MS 39564
4th Thursday 12:00pm-1:00pm
Pamela Thompson 228-217-7002
Trinity United Methodist Church
5007 Lawson Ave
Gulfport, MS 39507
2nd Tuesday 5:30-6:30pm
Janis Anderson 228-861-0173
The Claiborne at Gulfport Highlands
11837 Highland Circle
Marissa Butterfield 228-604-8111
4th Wednesday 3-4pm
The Blake at Biloxi
1651 Popp's Ferry Road
Biloxi, MS 39532
Ansley Whitley 865-406-1118
Early Stage Engagement Program
We have partnered with another local non-profit to address some of the largest challenges for the older adult populations like social isolation, negative aging, and cognitive decay. Alzheimer's Association and Create Circles present ConnectingAlzMS
. This program will partner college students with older adults who are expereincing memory loss or who are in the early stages of dementia. The older adult and college student will do more than just chat once a week. Instead, they will work together to create a meaningful connection and provide a sense of purpose by working on a specific project. The process of creating and contributing are one of the best ways to provide purpose. By bringing together the energy of students and the minds of older adults, we are empowering older adults to voice their opinions and produce content for society. Together, we are creating a more connected world. Sign up at ConnectingAlzMS.com
3/19/21 Making Memories at the Frist: Early-Stage Social Engagement 10 a.m. CT
3/25/21 Music Therapy Session: Early-Stage Social Engagement 10 a.m. CT