Governor Walker's 2015-2017 Budget Proposal contains many significant changes to Wisconsin's Long Term Care System that will directly impact seniors and persons with disabilities. To learn more about the proposed changes, and information about opportunities to share your views, please click here to go to our ADRC Advocacy page.
Do you need to call the Aging and Disability Resource Center?
When you call the Aging and Disability Resource Center of Winnebago County, a professional, courteous resource specialist will provide you with current information regarding community resources and support. All calls are confidential, and there is no charge for information.
Would you rather walk in?
ADRC Specialists are available to show you around and tell you about our programs and other community resources. Have a cup of coffee and relax in our comfortable resource area, browse the extensive brochure racks, and pick up information of interest to you or your loved ones.
ADRC Specialists can help individuals with diverse needs:
- Older Persons
- Adults with disabilities
- Family members and caregivers
- Persons who would benefit from Options for long-term care/support
- Professionals in the fields of healthcare, education, social services and advocacy
What can ADRC do for you and your loved ones
The mission of the Aging and Disability Resource Center of Winnebago County is to empower and support seniors, people with disabilities and their families, by providing useful information and finding the help people seek so they may live with dignity and security, and achieve maximum independence and quality of life.