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Formerly known as Alzheimer's Association-Capital of Texas Chapter, Alzheimer's Texas is dedicated to eliminating Alzheimer's through the advancement of research and enhancing care and support services for individuals, their families, and caregivers.

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IRS EIN: 74-2286105
Website: http://www.txalz.org
Email: cwells@txalz.org
Phone Number: 512-241-0420
Address: 3520 Executive Center Drive, #140
Austin, TX 78731
We are 100% local and 100% privately funded! Alzheimer's Texas (f/k/a Alzheimer's Association Capital of Texas Chapter) continues our commitment to excellent programs and services though of our robust offering of education and training classes, consulting with families about care and planning, over 50 caregiver support groups in Central Texas, Early-Stage Support Groups, and Early Stage Social Engagement. We are also busy with advocating our elected officials and advancing research. Alzheimer's Texas was voted Senior Resource Guide's Best Non-Profit of 2017!

Impact Statement

Utilizing our services empowers people with Alzheimer's and related disorders, informs and guides caregivers, reduces caregiver stress, and elevates the importance of the impact Alzheimer's disease will have on the community at-large.

Needs Statement

In 2017, we served over 18,000 clients through our services. This funding will enable us to continue to reach large numbers of clients and provide them with the quality services they require.
"You've given me hope. I had no idea what Dementia with Lewy Bodies meant until I read about it. Thanks a bunch. You have really helped me" -- Diane

"Thanks for the information and also thanks for an excellent presentation. The attendees came away with some very valuable tools!" --Melinda

"This information has been super useful! Thank you so much! Our family met with a few home companion service provides this week. Your organization is a great help!" -- Kevin

"I can't thank you enough for your time today and the information you have provided. You truly, truly helped me/us get a foothold on working with this situation. I talked to my Dad and he already sounds encouraged and we're working on next steps you advised on." -- Mark
We rely on volunteers to assist with health fairs, office work, support groups, community based respite programs and walk fundraisers.