ADRC of Racine County, Wisconsin

Aging and Disability Resource Center

Welcome to the Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Racine County website!

262-833-8777 New Number

866-219-1043 Toll Free
WI Relay 711

For our new address and a map of the location click below:

Locations and Contact Information 

Our Mission

Our Brochure

Frequently Asked Questions 


The Racine County Adult Protective Services Unit can be reached at   

262-638-6752 to confidentially report suspected Elder abuse

or an adult at risk. 

Why Should You Care About Elder Abuse

Protect Yourself from Abuse



This website is designed to help you find the information you need to access community resources and services for older people, adults with disabilities and their families and caregivers, regardless of income.  Within the services of the ADRC we not only offer information and assistance and options counseling but other programs and resources:

Look under Services of the ADRC for – How We Can Help, Benefit Specialist program, Prevention and Wellness, Transition to Adulthood, and Volunteer Guardian Program


Look under Senior Services for – Current Events and Topic of the Month, Nutrition Program, Caregiver Support, Respite, and Prevention and Wellness


Look under Resources- for Links, a Glossary, and pdf versions of our Resource Directories


See the Calendar - for information on upcoming events and programs in our area



 Information and Events of Interest: 

**New Programs and Information -

Come see the ADRC at the Racine County Fair!  July 23rd through the 27th.  We will be at booth 65 in the Commercial Building (large, long white building immediately after entering), stop by and say hello.


As part of the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) on-going effort to communicate effectively with members, we are planning to offer a paperless option called the “Virtual Mailbox” for BadgerCare Plus, Medicaid and FoodShare members in 2015. A paperless option will be required by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to view letters about benefits online instead of by mail. For anyone who chooses the paperless option, DHS would send the member an email when there is new information about their case, and then the member would log in to their Virtual Mailbox to view the letter.

To get information from our members about how they might use the Virtual Mailbox, DHS has created a survey for members and would like your assistance.  The survey can be filled out electronically at Virtual Mailbox - Member Survey.  Please have the survey completed by Thursday, July 31, 2014.


Memory Screens offered at the Western Racine County Health Department in Burlington  - Flyer

You can also request a memory screen at other times by calling the ADRC at 262-833-8777


Connecting Wisconsin's Veterans to Aging and Disability Resource Centers- See the YouTube Video  or check our Veteran's Services Brochure



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