Southern Wisconsin Center

100 years of honored service

Opened in 1919, Southern Wisconsin Center (SWC) serves adult clients with intellectual disabilities combined with other physical or mental health disorders. SWC provides a wide variety of programs and opportunities to assist and prepare these adults to successfully live in the setting that best meets their needs. SWC is one of three centers for individuals with intellectual disabilities managed by the Division of Care and Treatment Services.

Mission statement

Through dedicated teamwork, Southern Wisconsin Center proudly and professionally supports individuals living their lives to the fullest.

Core values

Health and safety

We promote freedom from danger, risk, or injury by putting prevention and intervention measures in place.

Dignity and respect

We show consideration and appreciation to all individuals; avoid undue interference; honor choices; and recognize the worth, importance, and rights to individualized and professional interactions.


We engage in attentive, supportive, compassionate, and empathetic relationships.


We come together and cooperate to achieve common goals.

Personal growth

We strive to offer opportunities and choice to grow and learn, in order to cultivate each individual's aspirations and potential.


A great place to work

When you love what you do, it shows. Watch our team members explain why they enjoy working at SWC. Learn more about the rewarding career opportunities at SWC



Southern Wisconsin Center
21425 Spring Street
Union Grove, WI 53182
262-878-2922 - Fax

Last Revised: December 6, 2019