Aging and Disability Resource Center of Ozaukee County maintains a Directory of Services for our clients use to help them connect with local services to meet their needs. This directory is updated annually and we are always interested in including new providers.
To be considered for inclusion an organization must:
Have been providing services in Ozaukee County for at least 1 year
Complete a Request for Information form and return to the ADRC
Completing the Request for Information form does not in any way guarantee inclusion in the Directory of Services. All requests are reviewed by the ADRC of Ozaukee County Director for inclusion.
Approved organizations will be added to the directory during the next update. Organizations failing to update their information may be removed.
Completed forms can be emailed, faxed to 262-268-7726, or mailed to the ADRC at:
ADRC of Ozaukee County
121 W. Main St
P.O. Box 994
Port Washington, WI 53074
Elder Law Attorney Referral List
The Aging and Disability Resource Center maintains a list of Attorney's in Ozaukee County that provide Elder Law services. If you would like to be included on this list, please email: email@example.com
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Requirements for Nursing Homes
As of October 1, 2010 Nursing Homes have a new requirement to explore resident's desire to talk with someone about returning to the community. This web page is intended to help Nursing Homes in Ozaukee County comply with this new requirement and understand the role of the ADRC of Ozaukee County in this process.
Making a Referral
If a nursing home resident indicates that they would like to talk with someone about returning to the community, the Nursing Home is required to make a referral using the PPS system.