Services

Getting Started

Our trained Information and Assistance Specialists are knowledgeable about all of the programs and services available to help meet you or your loved one’s needs. We want you to have all the information you need to make your own choices. We provide objective, in-depth information about the services and resources available to meet your current and future needs for care. We’ll talk with you about the types and cost of care available — whether you receive services at home or in another community setting. Not sure about all your options for long term care? Need a phone number for housing in your area? Contact us if you have questions or want information on these or other programs and services.

Help with Benefit Programs
Where do you turn when you have questions or concerns about public or private benefit programs or other legal issues? Contact an Elderly or Disability Benefit Specialist for help accessing programs (such as Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, and more), benefits, and legal rights.
Elder Benefit Specialists
These programs help anyone age 60 and over.

Disability Benefit Specialists
These services support people — ages 18 through 59 — who are physically disabled, developmentally disabled, or with mental health or substance use problems.

Learn more about Long Term Care services:

Nutrition Programs
Good nutrition is an important part of maintaining good health. Getting together at a senior dining site or receiving a home-delivered meal makes getting a well-balanced meal a snap. Contact us to learn more about the nutrition services available to you.[/column]

Transportation Services
Need a ride? The ADRC can help provide you with transportation for doctor visits and many other activities. Contact us to talk about your needs and schedule a ride.[/column]

Programs for Your Health 
Staying active and healthy is key to maintaining your independence. We offer several education and prevention programs and screening services to help protect your health such as blood pressure screening, memory screening, short-term medication management, health education with one-on-one consultations, home safety assessments, and a program to prevent falls.[/column]

Support for Caregivers 
Caring for someone who is elderly or disabled can be a rewarding experience, but it can also present challenges. We offer information and assistance to help family caregivers care for their loved one — and themselves.

Help Transitioning from Child to Adult Services

We talk with and provide assistance to young adults with disabilities and their families as they change from children’s programming to services for adults.  And much more…