The office in Redmond closed several years ago whe nteh Association clsoed several offices around the state.
Now they are searching different Bend locations for a new site.
Kathleen Cody is the Executive Director of the Oregon Chaper of the Alzheimer's Association.
"Central Oregon is rather geographically isolated from Portland and the vast majority of people with Alzheimers are a two hour drive from Portland. Bend is the natural hub. And we have found a lot more people avail our services when located in the community of Bend."
The new office will be staffed by one person and is expected to be up and running by the end of the summer.