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ADRC still offers resources, services
adrc aging disability resource center

GREEN COUNTY — The Aging and Disability Resource Center Southwest Wisconsin, Green County office has made adjustments to its operation but remains a resource for Green County residents. The ADRC is committed to ensure that those with a disability, seniors, caregivers and providers are still able to access resources and services. At this time, the ADRC lobby is closed but are still accessible via phone, email and website during business hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The ADRC encourages people to leave a message and know that a staff member will return their call as soon as possible. 

The ADRC understands that this is a stressful time with many unknowns. Even during times without global health concerns, the ADRC staff is committed to being a listening ear whether you need to talk about an aging parent, spouse or yourself. The ADRC is still providing home-delivered meals throughout the county and assisting in coordination of grocery shopping so seniors and those with a disability do not have to leave their homes. ADRC staff will assess which service may be the best fit for the caller. The ADRC also has a “Friendly Caller Line” as a resource for homebound seniors who may need someone just to talk to.

To access any of these resources or services offered by the ADRC, contact them by calling 608-328-9499 or email Visit