Aging & Disability Resource Center

ADRC is the first place to go with your aging and disability questions.  Tell us your story.
We are here to empower and enrich the lives of older adults, adults with disabilities, and their caregivers.

(920) 448-4300 | WI Relay 711

You are invited to take a survey on Wisconsin’s ADRC marketing and outreach materials!

Are you familiar with Wisconsin’s aging and disability resource centers (ADRCs) or a Tribal aging and disability resource specialist (ADRSs)?  Are you a current or former customer, caregiver, family member, or involved community member? If so, we are interested in hearing from you.

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is currently seeking feedback on potential updates to statewide ADRC and Tribal ADRS outreach materials.  We want to know which creative concepts (such as taglines, color palettes, logos, and other visual elements) resonate most with you, and why.  

The survey will remain open through Friday, July 12.

Your feedback is valuable. Thank you for helping us as we work to broaden awareness among Wisconsin residents of ADRC and Tribal ADRS services. 

This project is made possible through dedicated, limited-term funding from the federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) to improve and modernize ADRCs throughout WisconsinIf you have any questions about the surveys or the campaign, please contact ADRC Outreach Program Coordinator Liz Merfeld (elizabeth.merfeld@dhs.wisconsin.gov).

We’re hiring!

Join our team where we believe that diversity makes us stronger! ADRC values individuals with diverse experiences and perspectives, are collaboration focused, and work to build connected relationships with community partners and customers.

If you need an accommodation at any time during the recruitment or hiring process, please inform Brown County Human Resources of your need. The Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County is an equal opportunity employer working under an affirmative action plan.

Grounded on the Go

Grounded on the Go is one of the first accessible food trucks in our community and was brought to life by ADRC of Brown County and Grounded Café. The truck features an electronic lift for employees and volunteers who use a wheelchair or mobility aid, accessible kitchen items, and long-term plans for motorized window access.

Grounded Café and Grounded on the Go were born to breakdown stereotypes and ageism by shining a light on the strengths and abilities of seniors and person with disabilities.

Grounded on the Go will bring Grounded Café where people are, offering nutrition program events for adults 60+ and food truck items for the public.

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Check out our in-person & virtual events. 

ADRC offers a wide variety of classes and events. Check out our calendar!

Grounded Cafe

Enjoy great food while supporting job training for persons with disabilities.

Everyone is welcome.  All ages.  All abilities.

Come Celebrate Abilities!