Aging & Disability Resource Center
Welcome to the Aging and Disability Resource Center of St. Croix County. We are a no-cost, single point of contact for information and assistance to residents of St. Croix County. We can help you sort through all of the options that are available for older adults and adults with disabilities along with their family members and caregivers. Having this knowledge will enable you to make informed decisions about such things as:
- Maintaining your independence
- Choice for long-term care and related services
- Medicare benefits and other health-related benefits
- Social Security benefits
- Support services and resources in your community
The purpose of the Aging and Disability Resource Center is to empower and support older adults, people who have a disability and their families by serving as a central source of information, assistance, support and access to community resources.
The Aging and Disability Resource Center serves adults living in Wisconsin's St. Croix County who are in need of information about maintaining independence, long-term care options, disabilities services, mental health care, Social Security and Medicare benefit programs, and much more. This includes people who meet one or more of the following criteria:
- Are families, caregivers, or advocates for any of these individuals.
- Are young adults with a disability who are transitioning to adulthood.
- Frail elderly, developmentally disabled or physically disabled
- Individuals over age 60 and age 18 to 59 who have a disability
We provide unbiased information about the providers and services in your community, as well as information regarding their availability, estimated costs, etc. Our team of professionals will work with you to find the right options for your individual situation, and will provide you with the information you need to make informed decisions. If you cannot find the information that you are looking for using the links throughout the site, or if you have additional questions, please contact us. Face to face personal assistance is available at the Resource Center or during visits to an individual's home. You may also contact the ADRC via telephone, mail or email.
- ADRC SCC Access to Mental Health and AODA Policy (PDF)
- ADRC SCC Access to Other Programs Policy (PDF)
- ADRC SCC Access to Public Funding Program Policy (PDF)
- ADRC SCC Complaint and Grievance Policy (PDF)
- ADRC SCC Conflict of Interest Policy (PDF)
- ADRC SCC Identifying Unmet Needs Policy (PDF)
- ADRC SCC Information and Assistance Follow-up Policy (PDF)
- ADRC SCC Long Term Care Functional Screen Quality Policy (PDF)
- ADRC SCC Marketing Policy (PDF)
- ADRC SCC Prevention and Early Intervention Policy (PDF)
- ADRC SCC Quality Assurance Policy (PDF)
- ADRC SCC Short Term Care Coordination Policy (PDF)