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California Alzheimer's Disease Centers

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The CADCs also provide an important ongoing economic stimulus, attracting fiscal resources to meet the growing needs of Californians affected by dementia. These include industry and federal support for clinical trials and research; foundation and federal support for training programs, fellowships, and research grants; and private philanthropy.

Each CADC plays a critical role in building a vital workforce for the growing needs of the state through training physicians, nurses, physician's assistants, health care professionals and research investigators.

The CADCs serve the diverse population of California by providing culturally and linguistically appropriate care to Latinos, African-Americans, Asians and Pacific Islanders, and LGBTQ individuals. Community education and outreach are also provided by the CADCs in the form of lectures, workshops, forums, and support groups that are open to the public.

​​CADC Locations and Contact Information

UC Davis - East Bay

UC Davis - Sacramento 

UC Irvine - Irvine

UC San Diego - San Diego

UC San Francisco - Fresno

UC Los Angeles - Los Angeles

UC San Francisco - San Francisco

University of Southern California - Los Angeles

University of Southern California - Rancho Los Amigos

Stanford University - Palo Alto

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