Online Support Groups

Are you caring for someone with Alzheimer's or dementia?
Join one of HFC's free Online Support Groups to connect with other caregivers.


For caregivers who are looking for occasional support without a weekly commitment, drop-in support groups are available Sunday – Friday.

Please note, groups will close after 15-minutes past the start time. Questions? Contact us at info@wearehfc.org.

Ongoing Support Groups Are Available 7 Days a Week

HFC’s Caregiver Support Groups are facilitated by licensed social workers and help caregivers who are navigating their way through Alzheimer’s disease while balancing busy lives and competing demands. Groups meet weekly or twice a month. Attend for as long as you need. HFC offers groups for adult children, spouses/ partners, young caregivers, LGBTQ+ caregivers, and en español.

We can't wait to offer you support and connect you with caregivers who are also navigating their way through this disease.

  • “As someone newer to this journey, the Hilarity for Charity group was a lifeline during a time full of confusion and uncertainty. While there is still a great deal of unknown, being able to connect and empathize with other younger caregivers who have shared similar experiences is of immeasurable help.”
    — HFC Online Support Group Participant
  • “As a busy mom of three kids as well as my mom's caretaker, I have felt overwhelmed and alone in my situation. Being part of the Google Hangout group has been incredible, because I no longer feel alone, and it's a great feeling to know there are others that can relate to exactly what I'm going through. The support and encouragement of the Google Hangout group helps me cope better as I go through this Alzheimer's journey with my mom.”
    — HFC Online Support Group Participant

In-Home Respite Care for American Indian and Alaska Native Families

HFC + IA² are partnering to improve the well-being of Native Elders and caregivers during Covid-19 and beyond. Together they are now offering Online Support Groups. This unique opportunity is for American Indian and Alaskan Native family members who are providing care to loved ones with memory loss, other cognitive issues, and/or a diagnosis of dementia and/or Alzheimer’s disease.