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Free Dementia & Alzheimers helplines in Massachusetts

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Samaritans Helpline offers 24/7, free, compassionate and confidential support over phone and text message (SMS). We support...


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Lowell Emergency Services Program provides 24/7, free and confidential support by phone. We exist to help people in...


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Salem Emergency Services Program provides 24/7, free and confidential support and information by phone. We exist to help people...


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Western Mass Peer Support Line offers free and confidential support and information by phone and text message (SMS). We are...


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Samaritans on Cape Cod and the Islands Crisis Lines is dedicated to providing free and confidential support and information by...


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Peer Support Line - Metro Boston Recovery Learning Community offers free and confidential support over phone. We exist to help...


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Struggling to cope with dementia and Alzheimer's? Hotline support is available in Massachusetts, 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 Massachusetts, United States from 9 hotlines if you’re struggling with:

  • Struggling with keeping up with the direction of a conversation
  • You might experience hallucinations and delusions
  • You become paranoid and feel like everyone is working against you
  • Forgetfulness of simple things, like a shopping list, more than usual
  • Not caring about what others feel
  • Having trouble with coordination and becoming clumsy
  • Feeling anxious and fearful for no obvious reason
  • Finding yourself repeating questions when you are asked something so that you can focus better

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.

Receiving the diagnosis of dementia and Alzheimer’s can be a life-changing experience. Trying to figure it out on your own might be extremely challenging. Consider reaching out to people in Massachusetts, United States who understand to help you cope better.


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