"Building a community that values, empowers, and supports seniors, adults with disabilities and their caregivers"
We strive to improve the lives of older adults, adults with disabilities, and caregivers through collaborations and partnerships.
First step to take - First call to make for:
- Information Explore answers and solutions
- Access Make connections and positive changes
- Health Educate, inspire, and enrich
- Advocacy Empower and mobilize
|Our Values |
We will support individual choice built on the strength of individuals, families, and their communities.
We will equip persons with the tools they need to make informed decisions and maintain control of their lives.
We will recognize and value the unique qualities and experience of each person.
We will continuously strive to provide the highest quality services.
We will promote partnerships that reach across systems and organizational boundaries.
We will effectively and efficiently manage public and private resources.
|Where to Find Us |
300 S Adams St
Downtown Green Bay, WI 54301
|Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County (ADRC) is located in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
After hours consultation available by prior arrangement.
Contact us by phone: 920-448-4300 WI Relay 711
|Who We Serve||
Any person aged 60 years of age or older or a person who is disabled and age 17 years, 9 months or older. Individuals concerned or caring for a disabled or older adult are also encouraged to contact us. Some programs may have more specific qualifications in addition to the age requirements.
|Help Build your Community:
Support ADRC &
Help build your community, make a difference.
As a non-proﬁ t organization, ADRC’s mission for Brown County would not be possible without the generous support from community members just like you.
Your donation helps stretch services beyond the budget, including but not limited to:
$10: Let someone remain independent with a piece of loan closet equipment.
- Serve homebound meals to adults under 60 years and have a disability.
- Expand Grounded Café job training for persons with disabilities.
- Extend building hours - serving more community groups
- Increase falls prevention education reducing injury and hospitalization
$25: Help someone stay well with a prevention class.
$70: Feed an older adult with homebound meals for one month.
Donating Carries a Million Dollar Value
“Why do I volunteer at ADRC?
I feel like a million bucks
every time because I get to work with wonderful people.
I would be a millionaire if I got paid.”
in Being Green
|The ADRC believes in being a good steward of the resources we are given. In that light we have instituted a number of green intiatives including adding solar panels to the roof.
Check out the energy the ADRC is producing by clicking on this ADRC is Generating Energy Link.
2018 Annual Report
2018 was a busy year for ADRC. Through it all we put the customers we serve first listening to them to assure we live our mission, vision, and values. Read the 2018 report out-lining our commitment to our customers, collaborations, goals and accomplishments.
2019-2021 ADRC of Brown County - Aging Unit Plan
Read about who ADRC serves, what their needs are, and how we plan on addressing those needs.
|Customer Service Survey - Getting Customer Service Right
100% of customers surveyed said they would recommend the ADRC to a friend. Getting customer service right is our highest priority. Our staff is passionate about serving their customers and is dedicated to being unreasonably helpful. They believe every person and their story is unique. They listen to their story and gather options tailored to those needs and preferences.
2016 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, 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. ADRC, Crisis Center, and 211 of Brown County represent agencies that have a mission to respond to consumers who are searching for needed services. All three agencies provide reliable, unbiased informaiton and links to community providers who have valuable services to offer.
In accordance with State Statute 51.05(5), no one will be denied services or discriminated against because of religion, age, race, sex, disability, physical condition, sexual orientation or developmental disability. Information regarding immigration status will not be reported to other federal agencies and will not be used to discriminate against them. It is the policy of the agency to provide language access services to persons with Limited English Proficiency who are eligible to be served by our programs. Reasonable accommodations will be made for disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
If an accommodation is required, please contact ADRC at:
(920) 448-4300 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
at least 5 days prior to the need for that accommodation.
Hearing impaired use the Wisconsin Relay: 711.
Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County web site is provided for general information only. It should not be relied upon as a substitute for consultations with qualified professionals who are familiar with your individual needs.
This website may provide links to other websites which are not under the control of the Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County. These links are provided for convenience of reference only and are not intended as an endorsement by the Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County of the organization or individual operation the host website or a warranty of any type regarding the host website or the information on the host website.
Program Cost and Funding
Some programs are provided on a donation basis, and most at no cost to the individual. While a portion of funding is provided by federal, state and county sources, private donations are also an essential part of the Aging & Disability Resource Center budget and are also appreciated.
Click the form below to download a support-donation form for information on how you can contribute toward the ADRC of Brown County's work with disabled adults and older persons in our community.
Public Records Request
Read this one page Public Records Request Policy to learn how to request records available to the public such as board meeting agendas and minutes.
PDF form that gives information about how to contribute to the ADRC of Brown County