Many in-person support groups may not be meeting in person. Please make sure you call ahead to get the most current information. For information on virtual support groups, visit our coronavirus updates page.
Whether you are caring for your parents, a spouse, or another loved one, meeting and talking with other caregivers can be an opportunity to learn, connect, get ideas and be understood.
When choosing a caregiver support group, you may want to visit more than one to make sure the group is the right fit. Most groups are facilitated by a social worker or other professional who specializes in caregiving.
There are caregiver support groups located throughout the six counties that that Area Agency on Aging 1-B serves (Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair and Washtenaw.) Please call before attending to confirm that the group is still active and accepting members.