Help us care for families facing Alzheimer's, educate young people about living a brain-healthy life, and activate the next generation of Alzheimer’s advocates.

Caregiver Respite Program

The HFC In-Home Care Grant Program relieves caregivers, giving them time to rest, recharge and focus on their personal and professional life. Delivered with our partner, Home Instead, HFC’s Care Grants provide 3-6 months of free, professional, in-home care.

Grants for family caregivers of American Indian and Alaska Native people

The International Association for Indigenous Aging (IA2), which manages the American Indian and Alaska Native Resource Center for Brain Health, is partnering with HFC to provide up to 25 respite care grants for family caregivers of American Indian and Alaska Native people living with memory loss, other cognitive issues, and/or a diagnosis of dementia and/or Alzheimer's disease.

These respite care grants for family caregivers from American Indian and Alaska Native caregivers of AI/AN families (including Tribal communities, Alaska Native Villages, and urban Indians) and are funded by the generous support of the CDC Foundation who is working to address increased direct service needs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Learn more and apply.

Online Support Groups

HFC’s Online Support Groups are free and designed to help people who are navigating their way through any stage of an Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis. And they’re scheduled to fit with caregivers’ busy lives.

Bereavement Support Groups

HFC offers caregiver bereavement groups for adult children and spouses/partners. Groups run weekly for 10 weeks. Enroll.

Drop-In Support Groups

For caregivers looking for occasional support without a weekly commitment, free Drop-In Support Groups are available Sunday – Friday during daytime and evening hours. ⁠

Groups are entirely virtual and facilitated by licensed social workers. Sign up once, drop in any time.

Webinars & Workshops

HFC provides free, educational, interactive, and informative online events throughout the year. We cover a range of topics to support you while you provide care to a loved one with Alzheimer’s - especially around your own health and well-being!


HFC invests in Alzheimer’s prevention and brain health research and aims to support emerging physicians, scientists, researchers, and other practitioners in Alzheimer’s disease treatment and prevention.

See how HFC’s caregiver respite grant brings much-needed relief to Jacquelyn and Sofia, two young caregivers of parents with dementia.