The Aging and Disability Resource Center office in Richland Center is part of a regional network of offices designed to inform county residents about programs, services and public benefits, assist people to understand and consider their options, and help to make connections to resources, services, and benefits. There are eight local offices collectively known as the ADRC of Southwest Wisconsin North and South and together operate as two ADRC regional networks. The northern ADRC covers Sauk, Juneau, Richland, and Crawford Counties while the southern ADRC covers Green, Grant, Iowa, and Lafayette Counties. In Richland County the Aging and Disability Resource Center is located in the Richland County Health & Human Services Department.
We are dedicated to working with adults and their families who are impacted by disability or aging. We will strive to enhance their self-sufficiency and quality of life by providing information, assistance and education. In doing so, we will at all times promote the rights, dignity and preferences of the individual.
By integrating our mission into the organizational structure and day-to-day activities of the Aging Disibility and Resource Center, our aim is to achieve the following goals:
- People are able to easily locate and access services.
- People are informed about programs and services.
- People experience better health and improved quality of life.
- The community recognizes the Aging and Disability Resource Center as a place to obtain information and referral on a wide variety of topics.
Where to find Us
The Aging and Disability Resource Center is located at:
221 West Seminary Street, Richland Center, WI 53581
Call (608) 647-4616 or toll free (877)794-2372 or Wisconsin Rely System 711
E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Home visists can be arranged when needed.
Who we serve
Richland County residents who are aged 60 years of age or older or a person who is disabled and aged 17 years, 6 months or older. Disabilities can be physical, developmental or related to mental health and substance abuse issues. Individuals concerned or caring for an older adult or disabled adult are encouraged to contact us.
Program Cost & Funding
Programs are funded through federal Older Americans Act and state grants, county funds, and donations from individuals receiving service.