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Home Bound Meals Application

Some refer to it as Meals on Wheels or Home Delivered Meals. This program is available to persons 60 years of age or older and those younger who are physically disabled with a special waiver. More information is available by going to the Home Bound Meals page on this website. Click Home Bound Meals from the list on the left.

Use this Home Bound Meal Application download -To refer someone to the Home Bound Meals program download, print, fill-in and fax the application to (920) 448-4302.

Help Finding Services

Find all of the information you need to know as a professional regarding dementia.
Community Services Database-211 Online resource database developed and maintained through a partnership between the Aging & Disability Resource Center, Brown County United Way and the Crisis Center. It allows you to search for services, 24 hours a day via the internet.. Searches are based on key words or on programs if you know the name of the organization or agency. Agencies and other service providers can request to be included in this database and/or update their information by following this link to the Service Providers Tools Page. For your information here is a link to the 211 Database Inclusion-Exclusion Policy.

Service Provider Lists - Go to the Help Finding Services page to find lists by topics important to you and the persons you serve.

Money Matters: Disability and Elderly Benefit Specialists

Benefit Specialist can answer questions about a wide variety of benefit programs. Disability Benefit Specialist serve persons age 18-59. Elderly Benefit Specialists serve adults age 60 and older. Go to the Money Matters page for more benefit topics.

Contacting the ADRC
Providers who are interested in getting information to the ADRC about their services can email the ADRC Resource Specialist and/or go to the Community Services Database-211 to Add/Edit their program-agency information scroll down to the Service Provider Tools button on the right.

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AddLife News Monthly Newsletter
The AddLife News is a monthly publication full of important and interesting information and upcoming activities of interest to seniors, adults with disabilities, and their caregivers. It can be picked up free at the ADRC, 300 S. Adams and at all of the Brown County library branches. You can also read it on-line to receive an email reminder when a new issue comes out sign up below:

Family Care - IRIS
The ADRC of Brown County is the access point for entry into publically funded Long Term Care, Family Care and IRIS for seniors and adults with disabilities.

Here are links to the Wisconsin State Family Care site: and the other managed care option IRIS site:

COP-CIP Waiting List
Persons on the Long-Term Care Waiting list prior to April 1, 2015 will be rolled off this list over a three year period starting April 2015 through 2017 or until everyone has been contacted. ADRC staff will be calling persons on this list over these next three years. Persons who were not on the wait list as of April 1, 2015 will be put on a list so that eligibility can be explored at a later date.

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Information of Interest

  • 2015 Year End Trends and Unmet Needs Report
    This report uses data collected through a collaborative effort between the ADRC, Crisis Center and 211 of Brown County, WI. The intent is to demonstrate patterns of need in the Brown County community and to educate policy makers and the public about potential services gaps in order to mobilize change. 2-1-1, the Crisis Center and the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) represent agencies that have a mission to respond to consumers who are searching for needed services. All three agencies provide reliable, unbiased information and links to community providers who have valuable services to offer.

  • Community Integration Initiative
    Website: Wisconsin initiative to help expand and create choices of supports and services to people with developmental disabilities. Training, technical assistance and general informational resources for providers.

  • Family Care Program
    Wisconsin State Website for Family Care

  • Public guide for Reporting medically impaired drivers to WI-DMV
    Guide from the Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles that outlines signs of impairment and how to report a driver that could be dangerous behind the wheel because of a medical condition.

  • National Resource Center on Nutrition and Aging
    National website tailored to nutrition professionals who serve seniors. Sources for data and research specific to nutrition and aging, available trainings, reports, tools, and consumer education materials.
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