Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ARDC)


What are Aging and Disability Resource Centers?

Aging and Disability Resource Centers, or ADRCs, offer the general public a single entry point for information and assistance on issues affecting older people, and people with disabilities regardless of their income.

What kind of services can I get from an ADRC?

The types of services that an ADRC has to offer include: information and assistance, long-term care options counseling, benefits counseling, family caregiver support, assistance with respite care and adaptive equipment, fall prevention screening and classes, memory screening, Chronic Disease self management classes, transistion services (young adults with disabilities entering into the long term care system), emergency response, prevention and early intervention, and access to publicly funded long-term care programs such as Family Care, Family Care Partnership, and the Self-Directed Supports Waiver.  Dependent upon the individual ADRC, other services may be offered such as the Nutrition Program, volunteer programs, and other supportive services.

Chippewa County ADRC

Dunn County ADRC

St Croix County ADRC

Pierce County ADRC

Eau Claire County ADRC

Barron and Rusk County ADRC

Polk County ADRC

Wisconsin ADRC Listing


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