• CoronaVirus Statement

    During the COVID-19 Outbreak, You Can Connect with CaringKind

    Services and support are available. Call our Helpline 646-744-2900 to speak to a Dementia Care Specialist or join our other programs virtually, or by phone.

  • Our Commitment to Excellence

    Our Commitment to Excellence

  • Alzheimer's Awareness Month

    Your complete community resource for Alzheimer’s and dementia support in New York City.

CaringKind is your trusted community resource for Alzheimer’s and dementia care in New York City. We provide free comprehensive services that include a vast network of family caregiver support groups, education seminars, training programs, social work services and a wanderer’s safety program. And, it doesn’t stop there. We collaborate with leading institutions and advocate for research and care, and our Helpline is available for you day and night.

As we enter 2020, we are ever-more focused on our commitment to excellence, offering unparalleled services; expanding our programs to reach even more families in distress and introducing programs that speak to the very core of our involvement with the Alzheimer’s and dementia community. CaringKind’s Beginnings Program for early and mid-stage dementia, opening satellite offices around the boroughs, and growing our highly sought-after social work department reflect our unwavering dedication to you.

If you need assistance, please call our Helpline at 646-744-2900 or email us at helpline@cknyc.org.

2020 Newsletter Volume One

2020 Newsletter
Volume 1

Our Commitment To Excellence

COVID-19 Statement

COVID-19 Resources, Tips & Activities for Families and Caregivers



With satellite offices now in Queens, Brooklyn and the Bronx, we are on the ground and in your community.

Our Impact in 2019 | Learn More

8,000 Helpline Calls Answered

Care & support. Reliable information from Dementia Experts.

3,000 Social Work CONSULTATIONS

Personalized, in-depth support, guidance and planning.

31,400 Wanderer's Safety Enrolled

Protecting New Yorkers with Alzheimer's and Dementia.

85 Support

Facilitated by a trained leader, and meeting in person; many meet weekly.