Aging and Disability Resource Center of Rock County

1900 Center Avenue
Janesville, Wisconsin 53546
United States
view phone608-741-3600 or Toll Free 855-741-3600
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Information & Assistance
Trained ADRC of Rock County professionals provide you or a loved one with information about services, programs and solutions for disability and long-term care issues including living arrangements, adult protective services, health and wellness, employment and training for people with disabilities, home maintenance, nutrition, Social Security and other publicly funded programs.

Benefits Counseling
If you need accurate and current information about private and government benefits and programs to which you may be entitled, the ADRC of Rock County can assist you. Our benefits specialists cut the red tape associated with Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security and other benefits. We can also answer your questions about public or private benefit programs or your legal rights.

Transitional Services
The ADRC transitional worker provides youth over age 17 ½ and their families or guardians resources to help them think through available options and assist in accessing programs and services.

Elder/Adult Risk Reporting
The ADRC also takes all reports of abuse of frail elderly and adults with disabilities. If you or someone you know is a vulnerable adult being abused in some way, please call the ADRC to report the abuse.

Publicly Funded Programs
The ADRC is the entry-way to publicly funded long-term care programs. The ADRC will assess your level of need for services to determine if you’re eligible. The are numerous options available and ADRC staff will provide information about all the options available and help you select the best choice for you.

Options Counseling
This is a person-centered, decision support service that empowers older adults, adults with disabilities and their families/caregivers to make informed decisions about current or future long-term care choices.

Dementia Care Specialist
New service. The Dementia Care Specialist is trained in the needs and concerns of people living with dementia, their caregivers and family, and the professionals working with people who have dementia. The Dementia Specialist can provide memory screening, get you connected with a physician or other healthcare provider and serve as a resource for anyone wanted to learn more about Dementia and how it impacts our community.

Office Hours
Monday - Friday | 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM