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Memory Care in New Jersey

Find New Jersey state Alzheimer's organizations, end of life resources, hospice and palliative care, support groups, legal advocacy, and more.

Alzheimer's Facts: New Jersey

  • Number of people 65+ with an Alzheimer's diagnosis in 2020: 190,0001
  • Expected increase in diagnoses from 2020 to 2025: 10.5%
  • Number of Alzheimer's Care Unit Beds: 1,2132

Top Cities in New Jersey offering Memory Care 

All Cities in New Jersey offering Dementia Care

Monthly Costs in Neighboring States






Hospice and Palliative Care

New Jersey Hospice and Palliative Care Organization

The leading advocate for better end-of-life care for New Jerseyans.

Hospice of New Jersey

Hospice of New Jersey is the leading Hospice provider in delivering passionate, competent and comprehensive end-of-life care in New Jersey and the surrounding communities

Visiting Nurse Association Health and Hospice

VNA Hospice Offers Compassionate End-of-life Care.

Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice

Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice offers end of life and other healthcare services.

Meridian Hospice

Committed to helping clients live their remaining days in the greatest possible comfort and dignity.

Area Agency on Aging

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