What is the Disability Resource Center of Milwaukee County?
The Disability Resource Center of Milwaukee County provides Information and Assistance regarding services for Adults with Disabilities ages 18-59. DRC staff members assist individuals to plan for long-term and short-term needs, access community services and resources, and learn about benefits that may be available.
What are the Core Services of the Disability Resource Center?
- Information and Assistance is accurate and timely information regarding community resources.
- Options Counseling: is a one-on-one consultation about publicly funded long-term care options to allow each individual to make the best informed decision for his or her needs.
- Disability Benefits: includes information about public and private benefits. Assistance applying for Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security.
- Youth Transition: is a service for young people moving from children's services into the adult services system.
Do I have to Pay for Services from the Disability Resource Center?
No, ALL services from the Disability Resource Center are FREE to individuals with disabilities ages 18-59.
How do I Contact the Disability Resource Center?
Telecommunication Relay Service (TRS): 711
What are the Hours of Operation?
The Disability Resource Center is open Monday-Friday, 8:00 am-4:30 pm.
Where is the Disability Resource Center Located?
The Disability Resource Center is located at 1220 West Vliet, Room 300, Milwaukee, WI 53205.