State and Jurisdiction Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementia Plans
This page contains a compendium of the most currently available state and jurisdiction Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia (ADRD) strategic plans, as of July 11, 2023.
To see the jurisdictions developing, updating, or implementing their ADRD plans through BOLD Public Health Programs to Address Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias support, click here.
CDC supports the development of ADRD strategic plans that are created through a jurisdiction-wide, comprehensive, and collaborative effort that includes a wide variety of organizations interested in dementia.
An ADRD strategic plan helps to coordinate and support the work of these organizations to make the best use of resources and set priorities for action. Plans focus on supportive, population-based, and data-informed policies, systems, and environments that address the needs identified by the jurisdiction to achieve widespread impact.
The recommendations and strategies of the plan are meant to be accomplished through the joint efforts of private and nonprofit organizations; state, tribal, and local government agencies; and individuals.
To download an ADRD plan:
- For a state, click the state on the map or select the state from the drop-down menu and click “Go.”
- For a jurisdiction, click the jurisdiction listed below the map or select the jurisdiction from the drop-down menu and click “Go.”
- No plan has been identified for states or jurisdictions shaded in gray.
If your state or jurisdiction has a new or updated plan, please submit it here.
The plans on this page are the most recent as of July 11, 2023.