Agencies on Aging

Aging & Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County

Roles & Responsibilities


The Aging and Disability Resource Center provides information and assistance to persons age 60 and over, disabled adults age 18 to 59, and their families, caregivers, and guardians. The ADRC also does in-home assessments, makes referrals to appropriate programs, and provides limited funding for eligible persons for adult day care, respite, homemaking, and emergency alert systems. 

Other department services include counseling for legal issues and financial benefits, counseling on long-term care options, nutrition programs, and transportation.

121 W. Main Street
P.O. Box 994
Port Washington, WI 53074
Ph: 262-284-8120
Email

Hours


Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Bureau of Aging & Disability Resources

Roles & Responsibilities


The Bureau of Aging and Disability Resources is the state agency mandated to administer aging programs in Wisconsin under various Titles of the Older Americans Act and oversees the implementation of Aging and Disability Resource Centers. 

The bureau’s mission is to “promote and assist in development of effective and efficient health and social service programs for the elderly to live as independently, comfortably, and in as dignified a manner as possible.” The bureau develops policy and implements programs for persons who have a physical disability, hearing impairment, or vision impairment. 

1 W. Wilson St.
Room 450
P.O. Box 7851
Madison, WI 53707
Ph: 608-266-2536
Ph: 888-701-1255 (TDD/TTY)
Email
Website

Hours


Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


Division of Quality Assurance


Roles & Responsibilities


The Division of Quality Assurance (DQA) is responsible for protecting and promoting the health, safety and welfare of residents living and receiving care in the health and residential care facilities regulated by the Division.  DQA is responsible for regulating and licensing more than 40 different programs and facilities that provide health, long-term care, mental health and substance abuse services, as well as conducting caregiver background checks and investigations.

PO Box 2969
Madison, WI  53701-2969
Ph: 608-226-8481

Website

Hours


Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m

Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging Resources


Roles & Responsibilities

The Greater Wisconsin Agency on Aging Resources, Inc.(GWAAR) is a nonprofit agency committed to supporting the successful delivery of aging programs and services in 70 counties and 11 tribes in Wisconsin. They provide aging lead agencies in their service area (all counties except Dane and Milwaukee) with training, technical assistance, and advocacy to ensure the availability and quality of programs and services to meet the changing needs of older people in Wisconsin.  The agency administers and monitors federal/state funds for County Aging Units.

Brookfield Office
125 N. Executive Drive
Suite 207
Brookfield, WI 53005
Madison Office
1414 MacArthur Road
Suite A
Madison WI, 53714
Brookfield Office Ph: 262-821-4444
Madison Office Ph: 608-243-5670
Website

Hours


Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

oles & Responsibilities


The Coalition of Wisconsin Aging Groups (CWAG), a grassroots membership organization directed by older people, pursues justice and quality of life for people of all ages through legal and legislative advocacy, education and leadership development.