Help for Older Adults

with Mental Health Concerns

What are you looking for?

Did you know… 20% of adults 65 and older have a mental health concern, yet 2/3 of them are not getting the care they need… until now

We’re here to help

We understand the fear that arises when there are mental health and memory changes with no clear answers and confusion about where to go for help.

The Center for Mental Health & Aging is your “go-to” place online for the mental health care of older adults and caregivers. We’re making it easier for older adults and their families to get the mental health care they need by connecting you with mental health professionals who specialize in older adults & families.

Choose your path to finding answers and gaining peace of mind

Help for Common Challenges

Get help for common challenges older adults and their families face

Our courses and tools will help you address memory and mental health concerns in older adults. We help older adults and learn to stay independent after stopping driving, learn the basics about dementia, navigate get help with caregiving roles and relationships. 

Find a Professional

Explore our directory to find a qualified person to help

To really uncover what is causing mental health or memory loss changes, you’ll need mental health professionals to assess your older loved one and identify what is causing these changes. Our directory of professionals have expertise in dementia evaluation, mental health care, and family care focused on older adults.

Dementia is not a normal part of aging. Diagnosing dementia early in the course of illness benefits the person living with dementia and their family.

Mythbuster #2
Source: Rasmussen & Langerman (2019)

Are you a licensed mental health provider?

Are you a licensed therapist, psychiatrist, or neuropsychologist who specializes with older adults?

You have a unique expertise that older adults and their families need.

Create your profile and start receiving more geriatric mental health leads today.

Ready to gain clarity about the mental health or memory changes in your older loved one?

Download the Memory and Mental Health Guide to get help with the first steps.

Older adults with a positive view of aging live 7.5 years longer than those with a negative view of aging.

Mythbuster #9
Source: Levy et al (2002)

Expert Guides on Common Topics

As you help your older loved one with mental health or memory loss concerns, the information can be overwhelming and stressful. We get it. That’s why we’ve  created a series of expert guides on the most common mental health and aging topics.