Below you will find information and resources for staff at aging and disability resource centers (ADRC). If what you are looking for is not on this page, contact us at the Division of Public Health.
Each ADRC is funded via a contract with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. The ADRC contract describes the services to be provided by and the organizational and procedural expectations for Aging and Disability Resource Centers. Taken together, the requirements in the ADRC contract define a "franchise model" for Aging and Disability Resource Centers. The Department is purchasing a set of resource center services that are intended to be consistently available to citizens throughout the State.
- Managed Care Organization (MCO) Scorecard Guide, P-02484
- IRIS Consultant Agency (ICA) Scorecard Guide, P-02482
- Fiscal Employer Agent (FEA) Scorecard Guide, P-02483
This page provides links to key documents relating to the history of Aging and Disability Resource Centers in Wisconsin. ADRCs have been a principal component of Wisconsin's long term care redesign since its inception. The State's first ADRCs opened in 1998.
Regulations relating to ADRCs are in Wis. Admin. Code. ch. DHS 10, subch. II.
ADRC contact information
State staff directory
Office for Resource Center Development (ORCD), Wisconsin Department of Health Services staff dedicated to assisting ADRCs operate successfully:
Regional ADRC Quality Specialists (RQS):
Assignment Map, (P-02603) Updated February 2020