Welcome to the Wisconsin chapter
The health and safety of our constituents, volunteers and staff remain our driver as we address the COVID-19 outbreak and as we continue to pursue our mission, today and in the longer term.
Based on the guidance from local public health agencies, we are implementing the following precautionary measures beginning March 13. The staff in Wisconsin will be working remotely. We are prepared with technological and other support for our staff to successfully operate in support of our mission.
Alzheimer’s Association operations will continue, and we will re-evaluate these measures on an ongoing basis and resume in person engagements as soon as we are able, based on public health guidelines.
Meetings, events and participation both in internal and external activities will be conducted online or by phone whenever possible. Please check www.alz.org/wi for details on meetings and events.
During this time, the Alzheimer’s Association is available to you 24/7 for around-the-clock care and support:
Our Chapter offices are available by phone – Monday- Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Milwaukee – 414.479.8800
Madison – 608.203.8500
De Pere – 920.469.2110
Chippewa Valley – 920.469.2110
Rhinelander – 920.469.2110
Wausau – 920.469.2110
We are here for you!
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The Alzheimer’s Association Wisconsin Chapter is the leading volunteer health organization in Alzheimer’s disease care.
Our vision is a world without Alzheimer's and all other dementia.
Serving the state of Wisconsin, with offices in Chippewa Valley, Green Bay, Madison, Milwaukee, Rhinelander and Wausau, the Association has provided reliable information and care consultation; created supportive services for families; increased funding for dementia research; and influenced public policy changes across the state.
Currently, over 110,000 people in Wisconsin are living with Alzheimer's or dementia, and more than 194,000 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 leads the way to end Alzheimer's and all other dementia - by accelerating global research, driving risk reduction and early detection, and maximizing quality care and support.