Aging & Disability Resource Center of Grant County
Our Mission Statement: The Aging and Disability Resource Center of Southwest Wisconsin is dedicated to working with adults and families who are affected by aging, disability, mental health or substance abuse issues, by providing information and access to services to enhance their quality of life.
Welcome to the Aging & Disability Resource center of Southwest Wisconsin-Grant County! We are a part of a four county region in the Southwestern part of Wisconsin which includes: Grant, Green, Iowa, and Lafayette Counties.
The Aging & Disability Resource Center assists people in Grant County to access information and get connected to needed services. We serve elderly, adults with physical disabilities, adults with developmental disabilities, adults with mental health and substance abuse issues, as well as serving the families, providers, friends and neighbors of these consumers. Information and assistance services are free of charge and confidential.
Grant County Office (Lancaster)
8820 Hwy 35/61/81, Suite 1500
Lancaster, WI 53813
Toll Free: 800-514-0066
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m Monday – Friday
Located inside the Grant County Community Services Building
All people, regardless of financial circumstances, need good, unbiased information about life choices. Maximizing your personal resources and enhancing your ability to choose the types of services you wish to receive and the setting in which you wish to receive them.
The ADRC of Southwest Wisconsin-Grant County is a place where you can visit, call or e-mail to receive free, professional unbiased information on a wide variety of resources that are available for consideration when planning your future.
The History of Aging and Disability Resource Centers
In 1998, Tommy Thompson (then Governor of Wisconsin) proposed a redesign for long term care, which included the development of the Aging and Disability Resource Centers. ADRCs are warm, welcoming and convenient places for you to receive information about long term care and the single entry point for publically funded long term care services.
The State of Wisconsin offers information on numerous topics. To view, click on the link below and the page has an “A-Z” letter listing where you can click to find the topic you would like to review.
For Appeals and Grievance information in regards to the Aging and Disability Resource Center, see our policy here.