Caregiver support & resources

Am I a caregiver?

Do you help another person with one or more tasks such as shopping, home chores, finances, transportation, medication management, bathing, dressing, eating, toileting, or more?  Caregivers can be family members, friends, neighbors, or have any other type of relationship.

If you answered yes, we appreciate you and there are resources and support to help you. Caregivers are the backbone of our long-term services and supports system. Because of you, countless people are able to live and thrive in their homes and communities. In addition, you supplement the care that is provided in residential care settings such as assisted living communities or nursing homes. We simply cannot replace the invaluable work you do.

As a caregiver, you balance a lot. Research shows using services such as the ones listed below can reduce stress, anxiety, and depression for caregivers. These services can also enable you to provide care longer, delaying the need to place a loved one into long-term care residential options such as assisted living communities or nursing homes.

If you are unable to find what you are looking for or would like to ask for something to be added, please fill out this form.

There are only four kinds of
people in the world — those who have been
caregivers, those who are currently caregivers,
those who will be caregivers and those who
will need caregivers.

Rosalynn Carter