ADRC Response - Coronavirus Emergency
We are Here for You – Call Us!
ADRC as a resource center is all about being prepared and getting the most reliable information to you. Life has changed, and so have your needs.
Our staff are available by phone to answer your questions and connect you to services.
Information and Assistance, Care Coordination, Benefits Information are all just a phone call away. Homebound meals delivery continues with added precautions.
If you have questions or need information call (920) 448-4300 – We want to help!
ADRC Program Operations Adapt
Exploring Services Available - Phone & Email
We are available to take your calls!
Access to community resources, long term care and public benefits are a priority of ADRC.
As we continue to provide these important services, protection of our customers and staff are of utmost importance. We encourage phone calls (920) 448-4300 and email email@example.com.
Social and Educational Programs
Watch for Online Classes
ADRC is taking pro-active steps to protect the public’s health especially among older adults and adults with disabilities by cancelling in-office classes, programs, and activities.
However we are looking for and working on on-line health and wellness options of interest to you our customers. Watch this page for online offerings: https://schedulesplus.com/adrc/kiosk/
Durable Medical Equipment Loan Program
The Durable Medical Equipment Loan Closet at ADRC is closed for lending and receiving equipment until further notice.
ADRC does not have hospital grade sanitization equipment to assure safety.
We will not be accepting donated items nor lending out our current inventory.
Staff will provide information on other safe alternatives over the phone.
If you have items checked out that you are unable to keep, please peel off ADRCs label and donate to another organization. Thank you.
Group/Congregate Dining Sites
There is no congregate (in-house) seating at ADRC, 300 S. Adams location. We instead are offering meal pick-up as an alternative option.
Please call (920) 448-4303, one weekday in advance before 11 am for pick up.
Seniors staying at home during this time are encouraged to contact the ADRC at 920-448-4300 to talk about food options.
We will continue our congregate dining programs in contained locations: Mason Manor, Fort Howard Apartments, Curative Connections. We are monitoring the situation on a daily basis.
Homebound Meal (HBM) Delivery
We will continue HBM’s, working to increase our capacity. Volunteers reporting for duty will be screened using the CDC COVID-19 screening tool.
We practice ServSafe® packaging guidelines including handwashing and glove use in all food service programs.
Families will be offered a pickup option should they be concerned about home delivery.
Current homebound meals customers will receive information in their meal bags.
Call the ADRC 920-448-4300 for information about other food options.
Grounded Café online order for pick-up or Eat Street delivery
We are open for carry out and delivery only at this time. Go to groundedcafegb.org to order.
We diligently practice ServSafe® guidelines.
Looking for more resources? See Temporary Food Resources-COVID19 Emergency.
Brown County Food Resources
Information about pantries, community meals, food share, and other programs that provide food assistance.
Despensas de Alimentos en el condado de Brown
Un recurso con informacion sobre despensas de alimentos, comedores comunitarios, FoodShare y otras programas que proveen la assistencia de comida.
Food Delivery & Pick-up
List of grocery stores offering on-line and phone ordering with at store pick-up or delivery.
Community Meals Response to Coronavirus Emergency
List of free community meal programs and changes to their emergency process during the Coronavirus Emergency. Includes school age free meal locations.
Fully Cooked Meals Delivered to Your Door
List of meal prep and delivery services. Order meals for weekly delivery.
Federal program created to stop hunger and improve health and nutrition. It helps income eligible individuals and families purchase the food they need for good health. The application process includes a phone interview with Bay Lake Consortium and filling out an online application at access.wisconsin.gov. Call the Bay Lake Consortium 1-888-794-5747 today to check for eligibility and complete your phone interview.