Welcome to the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Chippewa County
We are here to provide you with information, assistance, and advocacy!
- Walk-ins are always welcome.
- You can make an appointment OR
- We can schedule a home visit to come to you.
All services at the ADRC are free!
Mission Statement: To advocate for and empower individuals with disabilities and adults 60 and over to secure needed services or benefits in order to promote their dignity and independence.
For more information on what the ADRC can do for you, watch this short video.
DEMENTIA CARE RESOURCES AND SUPPORT GUIDE
- ADRC Release of Information Form to type in, save, and then email or fax to an ADRC worker
- To complete a Medical Assistance Application, go to https://access.wisconsin.gov/ and click on Apply for Benefits
Options for paying for assistive technology
Information and resources for family caregivers
Specialists provide information and resources for individuals with disabilities
Specialists educate about public and private benefit programs to anyone 60 or older
Additional information regarding services and programs
|Long Term Care Options Counseling
Information and resources to help meet people's long-term care needs
|Senior Nutrition Program
Ensures that senior citizens have access to at least one nutritious meal five days a week
Detailed list of resources available for you
Information and resources regarding transportation
|Vulnerable Adults and Elders at Risk
Information and resources regarding adult protective services
|Young Adults Transition Services
Information and resources for young adults transitioning to adult programs
The Chippewa County Drug Endangered Children (DEC) Team is holding a forum on methamphetamine use and its implications on our community. Join us and get to kNOw meth and what you can do to stop it.
2/7/2018 9:45:21 AM
Welcome New County Administrator
Randy Scholz was appointed as the new Chippewa County Administrator beginning February 12, 2018.
1/10/2018 10:18:22 AM