300 S. Adams Street, Green Bay, WI 54301
Jeremy Slusarek, Program Coordinator
Centrally located in downtown Green Bay, the AddLife Center is a great place where older adults or younger adults with disabilities can come to socialize and participate in a wide variety of activities.
AddLife- Laughter, Independence, Friends and Energy to your LIFE Take a class, have lunch with friends, enjoy a craft, read the newspaper, search the web, attend a health screening or workshop, and just have fun!
Keep up with what's new at the AddLife Center by subscribing to the ADRC Magazine which can be mailed to your home each month for just $10 a year or pick it up at any Brown County Library location.
Need a ride? - Go to the transportation link on the left for information and a list of providers who can help you get where you want to go.
Grounded Cafe Lunch is served Monday - Friday at between 10:00 am and 1:00 p.m. Participation is available to anyone at full cost. Persons age 60 or older (including their spouses under age 60) can dine on a donation basis. Adults with disabilities can apply to dine on a donation basis with a waiver. Menus can be downloaded from the Monthly Menus button at the top of this page. ADRC Prevention Monthly Speakers Presentations given by community healthcare professionals on various topics.
Each month the ADRC hosts a professional from an agency in Brown County to speak on a healthcare topic. Registration is required, as space is limited. Speakers, dates, and times change monthly. Check our website regularly for the most current information. Follow this Prevention Monthly Speakers link to learn about the current topics.