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National Runaway Safeline is dedicated to providing 24/7, free, compassionate and confidential support over phone, text message...


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Centerstone in Illinois provides 24/7, free and confidential support over phone. We support everyone in Illinois, United States...


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Contact of Northern Illinois provides 24/7, free and confidential support and information over phone. We support everyone in...


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LifeLinks Crisis Line is dedicated to providing 24/7, free, compassionate and confidential support over phone. We are here for...


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Northwest Center Against Sexual Assault offers 24/7, free and confidential support over phone. We are here for everyone in...


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The Illinois Warm Line is staffed by people who identify as individuals in recovery. Each of the team members also has lived...


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Find support for dementia and Alzheimer's from a helpline in Illinois, United States

Gradually losing your edge and having to adapt to your new reality could make you feel a range of different emotions. However, many people out there are going through the same thing. You can find free support in Illinois, United States from 14 hotlines if you’re struggling with:

  • Becoming impulsive and reacting rashly
  • Diminishing interest in things you used to enjoy
  • Having a hard time finding the right word
  • Expressing your own thoughts may become more trying
  • Difficulties concentrating on reading or writing
  • You might experience hallucinations and delusions
  • Feeling depressed and pessimistic for no obvious reason
  • Being confused and uncertain about what is happening

Everyone responds to receiving the diagnosis of dementia and Alzheimer’s differently. It’s normal if you feel anger, grief, confusion, or even relief knowing what’s wrong with you. So many people around the world are going through the same thing at this very moment.

You might feel the need to maintain your self-sufficiency as long as possible. Reaching out to volunteers from a helpline that supports with dementia and Alzheimer’s can help you cope with the diagnosis in a healthy and productive way.


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