Iron County

Human Services Department & Associates

Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC)

ADRC of the North Call Center


The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) provides information to the general public about services, resources, and programs for adults with disabilities, children with disabilities transitioning to adulthood, and the elderly in need of assistance.


Older Adults (Age 60+)

Adults (18+) with Physical or Developmental Disabilities

Adults with Mental Health or Substance Abuse Concerns

Family and Caregivers

Services Provided:

  • Pre-Admissions Consultations for long term career
  • Long-term care options counseling and enrollments
  • Screening for eligibility for WI Long Term Care programs such as Family Care
    or IRIS
  • Short Term Care Management
  • Emergency Referrals
  • Dementia Care Specialist Program
  • Adult Protective Services/Elder Abuse referrals
  • Referrals for Elderly benefits counseling
  • Information on Home Health Services, Home-Delivered Meals, Caregiver
    Assistance, Transportation, Prescription Drug Coverage, Power of Attorney for

    Healthcare/Finance, Housing options
  • Medicare benefits and other health related benefits
  • Social Security benefits assistance
  • Disability benefits counseling
  • Support services and resources in your community
  • Information and assistance on Housing options, Home repair loans/grants,
    security deposits,etc.
  • Information and assistance applying for Medicaid and FoodShare

ADRC Website

Check out more of the services the ADRC of the North provides by clicking here!

ADRC Resource Guide

Click here to open the guide and scroll to page three. Click directly on the picture of Iron County, (top right) and it will open a list of resources available for our region. Click one, and it will take you to your page. You can change pages by scrolling or by hitting the back button.