The ADRC-CW works to provide peace of mind and quality of life to individuals and families through information and access to resources.
We serve Langlade, Lincoln, Marathon, and Wood counties.
You and your family have choices. Have an open dialogue to discover the options and resources available to you so you can plan your future. These experts will listen to your concerns and answer your questions, acting as a connection to information, programs and services for individuals with aging and disability needs. Call us to discover your choices, rights, and plan your future.
These experts listen to and advocate for individuals in understanding benefits and programs, assist with paperwork and applications for benefits and programs, collaborate to problem solve and determine which benefits and programs are suited for the individual, and empower individuals with the best possible options. Call us to help understand and navigate through information for private and public benefits and programs.
Caring for loved ones is rewarding. It can also be overwhelming. Call us and let us help you provide the best possible care for your loved one.
Preparing meals alone is not always easy or enjoyable. Seniors have the opportunity to meet in the community for a hot meal and conversation. If getting out of the house is difficult, perhaps you would like a meal delivered. Call us to talk about what is best for you.
We are living longer and the ADRC-CW wants to help you enjoy this time. Call us to learn about classes to improve your overall health and quality of life.
Are you looking for an opportunity to serve your community? Are you in need of a service hours for your group or school project? Or are you retired but not finished working? We can use your time, talents, and experience. Volunteer opportunities are available throughout the organization. Call us to lend us your skills.
The Aging & Disability Resource Center of Central Wisconsin promotes choice and independence through personalized education, advocacy, and access to services that prevent, delay, and lessen the impacts of aging and disabilities in the lives of adults.Contact Us Today! ›