Consumer Guide: Resources for People with Disabilities or Chronic Illness
Learn about programs, services, and support groups for people with disabilities or long-term (chronic) illness. Select a link to learn more.
- ABC for Health—Work with a law firm that helps with health care access in Wisconsin. They focus on kids with disabilities. Connect with a health benefits counselor to learn about coverage and payment options. Services are free for families with kids under age 19 and people who are pregnant.
- Consumer Information Reports for Nursing Homes and Facilities for People with Developmental Disabilities—View feedback that rates the quality of care at nursing homes and facilities for people with developmental disabilities in Wisconsin.
- Developmental Disability Programs and Information—Learn about programs in Wisconsin that are designed to improve the lives of people with disabilities. Find one that meets your needs.
- Disability Rights Wisconsin—Connect with experts who offer protection and advocacy for people with disabilities.
- Easterseals Wisconsin—Find support for people with disabilities and their families. Learn about events and programs, including camps and self-employment.
- Find a Health Care Provider or Facility—Search for a doctor, other provider, or a health care facility near you to meet your health care needs.
- Independent Living Centers in Wisconsin—Learn about these nonprofit centers. They provide services to people with disabilities. Examples include peer support, information and referrals, independent living skills training, and advocacy.
- Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities—Join others who have disabilities and get help sharing your needs with businesses, the community, and policymakers.
- Wisconsin Chronic Disease Program—Get help with chronic kidney disease, hemophilia, and adult cystic fibrosis.