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Currently, over 120,000 people in Wisconsin are living with Alzheimer's or dementia, and more than 196,000 people care for loved ones with the disease. We are here to serve the families in Wisconsin so that no one has to face this disease alone. The Alzheimer’s Association is available to you through our 24/7 Helpline: 800.272.3900


Serving the state of Wisconsin, the Association provides reliable information and care consultation; supportive services for families; educational opportunities; funding for dementia research; and advocacy efforts for public policy changes across the state.

Due to COVID-19 precautions, Wisconsin staff are working remotely, but available to assist families. 
Milwaukee – 414.479.8800
Madison – 608.203.8500
Green Bay – 920.469.2110
Chippewa Valley – 715.861.6174
Rhinelander – 715.352.4091
Wausau – 715.803.6779

Alzheimer's Association Statement: Our Work For a Different Future

We are committed to addressing systemic racial injustice and its impact on health disparities. We know we need to do more, to achieve more in all of our work. None of us, neither any one individual nor any single organization, can do it alone. At the Alzheimer’s Association, we know we must do our part and must work even harder to achieve lasting changes. Read our full statement.


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