What is an Aging and Disability Resource Center?


Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs) offer the general public a single entry point for information and assistance on issues affecting older people, and people with disabilities regardless of their income.  These resource centers are welcoming and convenient places for you and your family to get information and access to a wide variety of services.  Services can be provided through the telephone, in the resource center, or in your own home.



Smiling elderly woman in a wheelchair.What kind of services can I get from an ADRC?


The types of services that an ADRC has to offer include: information and assistance, long-term care options counseling, benefits counseling, emergency response, prevention and early intervention, and access to publicly funded long-term care programs such as Family Care or IRIS (Include, Respect, I Self-Direct).  The ADRC also has services to assist people in the community that include home delivered and congregate meals, transportation, adult day center, representative payee and budget counseling.  All of these services are explained further on the Services and Resources Pages on this website.  You can also call us anytime to discuss any questions you have.