ACL Announces State and Community Alzheimer's Disease Programs Initiative (ADPI) Awards

October 10, 2018

ADPI three-year cooperative agreements have been awarded to 4 states and 15 community organizations for a total value of $16,913,374. The 2018 awards are located in 13 states across the nation.

ACL’s new ADPI program, focused on developing dementia-capability in states and expanding it in communities, replaces the longstanding Alzheimer’s Disease Supportive Services Program (ADSSP) and the Alzheimer’s Disease Initiative – Specialized Supportive Services (ADI-SSS) program. All new grantees are required to dedicate 50 percent of their grant funds to direct services which include, but are not limited to, implementing dementia specific evidence-based and evidence-informed interventions. They also provide extensive dementia education and training programs in the communities they serve.

The funded programs are engaging in a broad range of activities designed to meet the needs of the individuals they support. Grantees will be targeting long-term services and supports to people living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias; both paid and unpaid caregivers; special populations, including low income and minority communities; people with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias who live alone; and individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities at risk of developing a dementia. 

Awardees

  • Alaska Department of Health and Social Services (AK)
  • Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Services of Northwestern Ohio (OH)
  • Alzheimer's Orange County (CA)
  • Catholic Charities of Hawaii (HI)
  • Center for Excellence in Aging and Geriatric Health (VA)
  • County of Ventura (CA)
  • Oregon Department of Health Services (OR)
  • Easter Seals New Hampshire, Inc. (NH)
  • Jewish Family Service Association of Cleveland (OH)
  • Latino Alzheimer's and Memory Disorders Alliance (IL)
  • LiveWell Alliance, Inc.  (CT)
  • ONEgeneration (CA)
  • Pennsylvania Department of Aging (PA)
  • Rhode Island Division of Elderly Affairs (RI)
  • Southeast Tennessee Development District (TN)
  • United Community Center, Inc. (WI)
  • University of Wyoming (WY)
  • WellMed Charitable Foundation (TX)
  • WISE & Healthy Aging (CA)


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