Who We AreAging and Disability Resource Center helping you through life’s changes
ADRCs are a Wisconsin idea designed to partner with older adults, persons with disabilities, and their caregivers empowering them to live their best possible life.
We’re here to partner with you through all life’s changes and challenges. ADRC Brown County offers a broad range of services from activities, events, and workshops for persons looking for new things to do and learn to assistance for persons meeting the challenges of aging and disability.
Are you in a whole new world of doctor’s visits, medical conditions, financial decisions, equipment, home maintenance or repair? The list goes on! You are overwhelmed and not even sure what to ask for. Tell us your story. We are here to help!
ADRC is your source for unbiased, comprehensive information.
All people are valued, celebrated, and connected to life of possibilities.
Empower and enrich the lives of older adults, adults with disabilities and their caregivers.
We Put People First
Every Story Matters. We work to elevate each other.
Build Connected Relationships
We disrupt the status quo to envision and create our future.
We drive change that we want to see in our community
We are the spark that lift people and ideas off the ground
We are a catalyst for change
Statewide ADRC Locations
Don’t live in Brown County? ADRC services are available throughout the state.
2018 ADRC Annual Report
2018 was a busy year. Through it all, we put our customers first. Listening to them to assure we live our mission, vision, and values. Read the 2018 report to learn more about our commitment to our customers, collaborations, goals, and accomplishments.
2019-2021 ADRC – Aging Unit Plan
Read about who ADRC serves, what their needs are, and how we plan on addressing their needs.
2018 Year-end ADRC-Crisis Center-211 Trends, Unmet Needs Report
This report uses data collected through a collaborative effort between ADRC, Crisis Center, and 211 of Brown County. The intent is to demonstrate patterns of need in the community and to educate policymakers and the public about potential service gaps in order to mobilize change.