The Alzheimer's Project
The Alzheimer’s Project has brought together for the first time an unparalleled team of experts and decision-makers. It includes local leaders in the fields of health care, research, caregiving, law enforcement and County and City government. Also involved are San Diego philanthropists and representatives of private residential and home care providers and community organization serving caregivers and older adults. For additional information please visit www.sdalzheimersproject.org.
Alzheimer's San Diego
The mission of Alzheimer’s San Diego is to provide San Diego families with care and support, while advancing critical local research for a cure. They are innovating and expanding services that truly make a difference in the lives of people suffering from Alzheimer’s disease— and the loved ones who care for them. For more information on local programs and services please visit their website at http://www.alzsd.org.
San Diego Network of Care
A comprehensive, Internet-based resource is for the elderly and people with disabilities, as well as their caregivers and service Individual Providers. Please visit their website at www.sandiego.networkofcare.org.
2-1-1 SAN DIEGO
This agency provides social service information and community referral services for people that live in San Diego County. Assistance is confidential and offered in more than 150 languages. To contact 2-111 please go to their website at www.211sandiego.org or dial either 211 from a local San Diego phone or their alternate telephone number at 858-300-1211.
California Department of Social Services (CDSS)
CDSS’ mission is to provide aid, services and protection to needy children and adults. The Department also strives to strengthen and encourage individual responsibility and independence for families. For more details please visit www.cdss.ca.gov/cdssweb.