Adult Resources

Description

The ADRC in Lafayette County is part of a four county consortium including the counties of Grant, Green, Iowa and Lafayette. The ADRC provides services for older adults, adults with developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, mental illness and substance abuse. The ADRC provides a single point of entry to Long Term Care Services and Information and Assistance to residents in these counties. The resource centers are the first place to go to get accurate, unbiased information to help people understand the various long term care options available to them, helps people apply for programs and benefits and serves as the access point for publicly-funded long term care.

Phone
(608) 776-4800
Address
626 Main Street, Darlington, WI
53530
Location by County/County(ies) served
Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette
Ages Served
18-21 years old, Adults
Funding Sources
Free
Listing Category
Short Description
We provide support, education and advocacy to individuals with Autism, their families and the community in south central and south western WI.
Description

We are dedicated to improving the lives of all who are impacted by autism by providing information, resources and support, while raising awareness and acceptance in our community. We do this by increasing public awareness about the day-to-day issues faced by people on the spectrum, advocating for appropriate services for individuals across the lifespan, and providing the latest information regarding treatment, education, research and advocacy.

Phone
608-630-9147
Address
437 S Yellowstone Dr, Suite 217A
Madison, WI
53719
Location by County/County(ies) served
Dane, Rock
Ages Served
Birth - 2 years old, 3-5 years old, Elementary School Age, Middle School Age, High School Age, 18-21 years old, Adults
Short Description
In 2009, individuals with disabilities and their families in LOV Inc. worked together to identify a major barrier to creating fulfilling, community-centered lives. They realized they needed someone to help build a bridge into community life. Based on a desire to be valued members of a community marked by self-direction, independence, and meaningful relationships, the Bridge Builder Project was established.
Description

Individuals with disabilities work one-on-one with Bridge Builder Project staff, known as Bridge Builders. Bridge Builders are paid staff who support individuals to identify personal interests, set goals, and make lasting, natural connections in community settings.

The Bridge Builder Project is a unique way of receiving support. Since we began the original Bridge Builder Project in 2009, we have seen some truly amazing successes for adult project members. We are expanding, and the Bridge Builder Project is now designed also to support young adults in upper high school and community transition programs to prepare for the transition to adulthood

Phone
608-843-7906
Address
504 S. Brearly St. Madison, WI
53703
Location by County/County(ies) served
Dane
Ages Served
High School Age, 18-21 years old, Adults
Funding Sources
Private Pay, CLTS, IRIS
Listing Category
Short Description
We provide community mental health and day service programs for Rock County and the surrounding areas. Our day program starts at 4th grade and goes up until age 30 to help ease the transition phase of young adulthood and being able to stay with the same familiar faces. We focus on our communities and building relationships!
Description

For 4th-8th grade we offer after-school programming during the school year and a day camp during the summer Monday-Friday. For 9-12th grade offer Saturday day camp during the school year, and 2-four hour evening programs during the summer. For 18-30 year old young adults we offer community-based day service programming Monday-Friday during the school year, and Saturday programming during the summer.

Phone
608-448-6116
Address
23 W. Milwaukee St, Janesville, WI
53548
Location by County/County(ies) served
Rock
Ages Served
Elementary School Age, Middle School Age, High School Age, 18-21 years old, Adults
Funding Sources
CLTS, IRIS, CCOP
Listing Category
Description

Community Living Alliance (CLA) was founded by people with disabilities, healthcare professionals and concerned community members. CLA’s history spans over three decades and is firmly rooted in supporting the values of the independent living philosophy.

The CLA Community Support Coordination team provides a unique range of community based behavioral health and service coordination supports.  Individuals eligible for this service are affiliated with Dane County Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) network, private insurance, and Wisconsin’s long term care programs known as Family Care, Family Care Partnership and IRIS.

Phone
608-242-8335
Address
Room 104
201 W. Mifflin Street
Madison, WI
53703
Location by County/County(ies) served
Dane
Ages Served
Adults
Funding Sources
Private Insurance, CLTS, IRIS