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2-1-1 Dane County/ADRC of Dane County Resource Database

Online resource database: https://211wisconsin.communityos.org/ | Scroll down to Public Resource Search


Family Care Managed Care Organizations (MCOs)

Family Care is a long-term care program that helps frail elders and adults with disabilities get the services they need to remain in their homes. This comprehensive and flexible program offers services to foster independence and quality of life for members while recognizing the need for interdependence and support.

When a person decides to enroll in Family Care, they become a member of a managed care organization (MCO). MCOs operate the Family Care program and provide or coordinate services in the Family Care benefit package. Services are tailored to each individual’s needs, circumstances, and preferences.

Care Wisconsin Family Care
My Choice Family Care

Family Care Partnership Program

The Family Care Partnership program is a comprehensive program of services for frail elders and adults with developmental or physical disabilities in Wisconsin. The program integrates health and long-term support services, and includes home and community-based services, physician services, and all medical care. Services are delivered in the member's home or a setting of his or her choice. Below are the Dane County Family Care Partnership Program MCOs.

Care Wisconson Partnership
iCare Partnership

IRIS Consultant Agencies (ICAs)

People who are enrolled in IRIS who are seeking assistance should contact their IRIS Consultant or the IRIS Service Center at 1-888-515-IRIS (4747). Below are the Dane County ICAs.

Progressive Community Services
TMG
Connections
First Person Care Consultants


Health Insurance Marketplace

Learn about the Health Insurance Marketplace & your new coverage options.


Resources for LGBT Elders

LGBT Resources


Medicare Coverage

Official U.S. Government Site for People with Medicare

www.Medicare.gov

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Site for consumer information.

www.cms.gov


Social Security

Faces and Facts of Disability

“Faces and Facts of Disability”

We are proud to announce the launch of Social Security's disability education and awareness initiative, “The Faces and Facts of Disability.” Through this campaign, we hope to educate the public about the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program and dispel common misconceptions. To learn more about the campaign, visit our Faces and Facts of Disability website at www.socialsecurity.gov/disabilityfacts.

Official Website of the Social Security Administration

http://www.SSA.gov/

Official Website of the Social Security Disability Insurance Program

www.ssa.gov/disability

Official Website of the Railroad Retirement Board (RRB)

www.rrb.gov/default.asp


Medical Assistance/Medicaid

Department of Health & Family Services – Wisconsin Medicaid

www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/medicaid/index.htm

Center for and Medicare Medicaid Services

Site for Consumer Information

www.cms.hhs.gov/home/medicaid.asp

State of Wisconsin ACCESS

Get eligibility information and apply for benefits for FoodShare, Health Care, Family Planning Only Services, and Child Care.

access.wisconsin.gov/access/


FoodShare (FS)

The FoodShare Program is a government-operated program that helps low-income households buy food for a nutritionally adequate diet.

access.wisconsin.gov/access/



Veterans Benefits

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

http://www.va.gov/

Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs

dva.state.wi.us


Disability Advocacy Resources

ARC–Wisconsin

http://www.arc-wisconsin.org/

Disability Programs and Information

dhs.wisconsin.gov/disabilities/physical/index.htm

Disability Rights Wisconsin

http://www.disabilityrightswi.org/

Transition Checklist

For Parents of Young Adults with Developmental Disabilities.

⤷ Read PDF Document

Wisconsin Council on Developmental Disabilities

www.disability.gov/


Dementia Information and Support

Alzheimer and Dementia Alliance

www.alzwisc.org

Alzheimer Association

www.alz.org/scwisc/


Other Important Resources

Advanced Directives

www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/forms/AdvDirectives/ADFormsPOA.htm

Assisted Living Facility Profiles

www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/bqaconsumer/AssistedLiving/profiles/basics.htm

Care Wisconsin Partnership Program

https://www.carewisc.org/partnership

Division of Quality Assurance

www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/bqaconsumer/HealthCareComplaints.htm

Emergency Preparedness

http://www.ready.wi.gov/

iCare Partnership Program

www.icare-wi.org

Lawyer Referral and Information Service

Clients in need of legal help are matched with concerned lawyers by professional legal assistants.

www.wisbar.org/forPublic/INeedaLawyer/Pages/LRIS.aspx

Legal Action of Wisconsin

badgerlaw.net

National Alliance on Mental Illness of Wisconsin (NAMI)

http://www.namiwisconsin.org/

Consumer Guide to Health Care - Finding and Choosing a Nursing Home

https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/guide/nursing-home.htm

The Long Term Care Ombudsman

https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/aging/ltcombud.htm

Wisconsin State Legislature

http://www.legis.state.wi.us/

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To support seniors, adults with disabilities, their families and caregivers by providing useful information, assistance and education on community services and long-term care options and by serving as the single entry point for publicly funded long-term care services while at all times respecting the rights, dignity and preference of the individual.
 
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Toll-Free: 855-417-6892
Phone: 608-240-7400
Fax: 608-240-7401
 
Email
ADRC@countyofdane.com
 
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Madison, WI 53704

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