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                                   The Aging & Disability Resource Center will be CLOSED on Thursday, November 24th and Friday, November 25th for the holiday.  



Columbia County Aging and Disability Resource Center Location.

Columbia County Aging and Disability Resource Center Location

 

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2652 Murphy Road (Location)
P.O. Box 136 (Mail)
Portage, WI 53901

Phone: (608) 742-9233
Toll-Free: 1-888-742-9233
FAX: (608) 742-9277

8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Monday through Friday


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Aging & Disability Resource Center
  

Our Mission:

To provide older adults and people with physical or developmental/intellectual disabilities the resources needed to live with dignity and security, and achieve maximum independence and quality of life.  The goal of the Aging & Disability Resource Center is to empower individuals to make informed choices and to streamline access to the right and appropriate services and supports.    

The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) is a place for the public to get accurate, unbiased information on all aspects of life related to aging or living with a disability.

Professional staff are available to help you sort through your options and make informed decisions.

We can help you:

  • Maintain your independence in the community
  • Find services to help you remain at home
  • Make plans for your future housing and care needs
  • Locate health and housing assistance
  • Evaluate your eligibility for financial benefits
  • Fulfill your role as a caregiver
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HIRING: Meal Site Managers

This is the perfect opportunity for someone who needs a flexible schedule and can only work limited hours.

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Testimonials

 

~I would like to tell of my experiences with the Columbia County ADRC transportation program. I am legally blind and unable to drive anymore. So, needless to say, this service is very important to me. They pick me up at my front door, and the drivers always exit the car to help me into the vehicle. I am always on time to my appointments, and am picked at the front door of wherever my appointment happens to be. And last but not least, for one who is on a fixed income, the cost is minimal compared to other costs that have to be absorbed to live day to day.

To conclude, I personally believe this is one of the best services offered to persons with any type of disability.

~I recently took the AARP Smart Driver course.  I did this because I wanted to make sure that my driving is as good as it can be.  As we get older, it is a good idea for us to work at being safe drivers.  I learned a lot, especially tips on handling round a bouts, proper adjustment of mirrors, watching my speed, especially not going too slowly, being careful when turning left and Wisconsin laws.  I'm turning in my certificate to my insurance company to â€‹see if it will lower the cost of my insurance.  This course is only a few hours, but it will greatly increase your skills and confidence.