Welcome to the Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Racine County website -
Connecting You to Your Community's Resources!
866-219-1043 Toll Free
WI Relay 711
14200 Washington Ave, Sturtevant, WI 53177
Open 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays
For a map of the location and further information click below:
Locations and Contact Information
Our Brochure - Video presentation
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
Note- the ADRC website address has changed: www.adrc.racinecounty.com
ADRC Connections Newsletter click to view or choose tab at left
“Autism/Alzheimer/Dementia Elopement Alert Form” -
Developed by the Racine Police Department in partnership with Racine County Aging & Disability Resource Center, and The Volunteer Center of Racine. More info
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, Senior Nutrition Program, Caregiver Support, Respite information, and Prevention and Wellness
Look under Resources- for General resource information, 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:
The 2016 Caregiver Event: Kudos for Caregivers. Our 8th Annual Caregiver Event will be held November 4th at Grace Church in Racine. Sign up Today!
Healthy Living with Diabetes,
Living Well with Chronic Conditions,
Powerful Tools for Caregivers, and
You can also check the Calendar (see tab at the left).
New Program! - Memory Café
Share your stories and socialize with others who have worries about their memory.
Third Thursday of each month
1:30—3:00 pm Old Settlers Bowling Center
1500 15th Ave. Union Grove, WI
RSVP to Wendy Betley at 414-479-8800
Prescription Drug, Dental and Health Discounts:
Need assistance with your prescription drug costs? Check out Racine County's NACo free Prescription drug discount card at: http://www.nacorx.org/. For plans that offer discounted dental and Medical services go to: https://www.nacohealth.org/
Senior Dining Menu:
Note that Meals on Wheels is looking for Volunteer drivers. Call Ruth at 262-898-1370 for more information or see the application located on the Nutrition page for further information on this program. Look under the Senior Services tab on the left.
Memory Screens are offered - contact the ADRC for more information and to arrange. 262-833-8777