Aging & Disability Resource Center of
Eau Claire County
721 Oxford Avenue
Eau Claire, WI 54703
Monday–Friday 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Purpose of the Organization
Helps people age 60 and over and adults with disabilities secure needed services or benefits, live with dignity and security, and achieve maximum independence and quality of life. ADRC is a grant program through the Federal Department of Health & Human Services Administration on Aging, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid and the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services. The grant program helps states create a single coordinated system of information and access for all persons seeking long-term care support. The Aging & Disability Resource Center of Eau Claire County is a single-county standalone ADRC. There are no income requirements to utilize ADRC services, which are also available to family members, friends, caregivers and professionals working with these populations.
Volunteer Opportunities Available
> Monthly Newsletter Volunteers — Help fold, label and sort the monthly Aging & Disability Resource Center newsletter. Time commitment is approximately two hours per month.
> Monthly Newsletter Delivery — Deliver ARDC newsletters to various locations throughout Eau Claire County. Time commitment is approximately one to two hours.
> Liquid Supplement Delivery — Deliver cases of liquid nutritional supplement to the Aging & Disability Resource Center and to the homes of elderly, homebound people in Eau Claire County on Wednesdays 9 a.m.–1:30 p.m. Some lifting is involved.
> Telephone Coverage — Answer telephones and take messages during ARDC staff meetings.
> Meals on Wheels Volunteers — Provide hot meals and a friendly visit at lunch time to people with disabilities and to the homebound elderly. Delivery takes about one hour and can be done once a week, once a month, or whatever fits your schedule.
Information & Referral Services
Services for Physically Challenged Persons
Senior Citizens Services