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Alzheimer's Association Office415 Peterson St.1st Saturday - 10 a.m. *Supervised Care Available Durango La Plata Senior Center2424 Main Ave1st and 3rd Wednesday - am Complimentary lunch after group Sunshine Gardens Senior Community25 Sunshine Court4th Wednesday - am Complimentary lunch during meeting Four Corners Health Care Center 2911 Junction Creek 2nd Tuesday - Noon Complimentary lunch during meeting Alzheimer’s Association Office2232 N.
Alzheimer's Association Office *Adult Children 415 Peterson St.3rd Wednesday 7 p.m. Swallow Rd.4th Monday-10 a.m.*Supervised Care Available Timberline Church (Room 203) *Faith Based Caregiver Support Group 2908 S. 7th Street #B14th Tuesday pm Aspen Ridge Alzheimer’s Special Care Center622 28 1/4 Rd.
For any questions regarding Caregiver Support Groups or Early Stage Groups please contact our Helpline at 1.800.272.3900 or by emailing [email protected]
Support groups for individuals diagnosed with early Alzheimer's are available in some locations.
The hope of is to limit the harm that bipolar disorder can inflict by offering this peer support network; by connecting people around the world to one another in order to share your fears, medication management and possible side-effects, therapies, joys and sorrows.
According to, dbsalliance.org, in the United States alone, "5.7 million adults have been diagnosed with bipolar disorders, which means that 2.6% of Americans aged 18 or older live with this illness every day".
Alzheimer's Association Office *Men's Caregiver Lunch Group 415 Peterson St.
3rd Friday - Noon (Bring your own lunch) Elderhaus Adult Day Programs *Life Transitions Caregiver Support Group 6813 S.
We ask you to, along with your medically approved treatment, meet, greet, share and support with others who are dealing with this illness.
SMART Recovery is the leading self-empowering addiction recovery support group.
Our participants learn tools for addiction recovery based on the latest scientific research and participate in a world-wide community which includes free, self-empowering, science-based mutual help groups.
There are many treatments available for bipolar disorder including medication such as Lithium, which does help about half of the bipolar population, but it has also been proven that peer, "...support group(s) improved treatment compliance by almost 86% and reduced in-patient hospitalization.
(DBSA, 1999)" If you have been diagnosed with a bipolar disorder, we welcome you to this bipolar disorders peer support network.