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Adult Services

Providing Services for People Ages 18 Through Life

Support for Adults

Our goal is to connect adults from the age of 18 across their lifespan to resources and services that promote independence and inclusion, with choices for living in, and giving to the community. Whether someone is in need of long-term care, behavioral health support, meals, transportation, a social outlet, energy assistance, housing or veterans’ support services, there is No Wrong Door when seeking assistance.

The Aging and Disability Resource Center of Milwaukee

Information and assistance on a broad range of programs and services for older adults and adults with disabilities to meet their needs and help them remain independent. Core services of the ADRC include Information & Assistance, Benefits Specialists, Options Counseling, Youth Transition, Prevention, and Wellness. Staff assist individuals to plan for short-term and long-term needs, access community services and resources, and learn about programs and benefits available. Email us.

(414) 289-6874

24-Hour Crisis Line

Am I Having a Mental Health Crisis?

Anyone can have a crisis.

Adult. Child. Man. Woman. Healthy. Out of shape. No family history of mental health concerns. Day shift. Night shift. ANYONE.

If you believe you are having a crisis, call our crisis line right away, any day, any time.

(414) 257-7222



IMPACT 2-1-1

Are you unsure about what services you need?

Call 2-1-1

If you are seeking supportive services in Milwaukee County and unsure of whom to call, contact 2-1-1.

Chat Online 

Text your zip code to  TXT-211 Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.


1220 W. Vliet St.

Suite 301

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53205

Our Vision

Together, creating healthy communities.

Our Mission

Empowering safe, healthy, meaningful lives.

Our Values

Partnership, Respect, Integrity, 

Diversity, Excellence

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