Mission: To advocate for & empower individuals with disabilities and adults 60 and over to secure needed services or benefits in order to promote their dignity and independence.
We offer free information, assistance and advocacy on issues affecting adults with disabilities & seniors.
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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
New Entity Specializes in Receiving Child Abuse and Neglect Reports
The Department of Human Services in Chippewa, Monroe, Pepin, & Taylor have come together to create a partnership to receive reports of child abuse & neglect. The centralized receipt of child protection reports will be collected by a new entity, The Child Abuse & Neglect (CAN) Reporting Partnership.
7/12/2018 10:23:22 AM
IT Director Vacancy
Applications must be submitted electronically by Wednesday, August 1, 2018 at 4:30 p.m.
Chippewa Valley Youth Mental Health Summit
This event is recommended for anyone who interacts with the youth of the Chippewa Valley. Examples are parents, youth group leaders, teachers, counselors, social workers, etc....
5/30/2018 10:10:00 AM