Learn More About Our Committees and Councils
Commission on Aging
The Commission on Aging is a 16-member advisory and planning body. The Commission is responsible for developing and implementing a coordinated human service system of communitybased services for Milwaukee County residents aged 60 and older. Commissioners are appointed by the County Executive and confirmed by the County Board. Commissioners are selected based on their proven interest and dedication to aging issues. They represent a diverse segment of the population with respect to age, race, ethnicity, socio-economic status and residence within the County.
2022 Commission on Aging Year-End Report
Area Aging Plan
ADRC Governing Board
The Aging and Disability Resource Center Governing Board serves as the lead Board in Milwaukee County responsible for specific duties related to the policies, operations, and services provided by the ADRC. Their role is to serve as an advocate for older adults, adults with physical, intellectual, or mental health dispairities and their caregivers; to provide strategic direction to ensure fidelity to the ADRC mission; to represent and promote the ADRC and the services it provides to the community at large.
Learn More About Becoming a Member of the ADRC Governing Board
Find dates for upcoming meetings, agendas and past meeting minutes through the county's CLIC site. This includes access to Aging & Disabilities Services committee meetings as well as the County Board of Supervisors meetings and more. You can also get email notifications for any of these meetings by signing up for E-Notify alerts.
Meetings & Minutes
Milwaukee County Commission on Aging
Are you interested in serving on the Milwaukee County Commission on Aging or one of its committees? Learn more about this opportunity and each committee. If you're interesting in serving, please fill out this brief application.
Advocacy and Legislation
Our Advocacy Committee stays on top of issues affecting older adults and organizes advocacy efforts at the local, state and federal levels.
Milwaukee County is committed to advocating with and for older adults in our community. Join us at our next meeting.
Our Policy Priorities
See what the Advocacy Committee is focusing on:
2023 Public Policy Priorities
Commission on Aging Statement on Voting Rights
Resource Guides and Brochures
The following guides and brochures are available for download. If you would like printed copies, call (414) 289-6874.
Milwaukee County Aging & Disabilities Services staff are regularly in the community providing education and outreach. This includes educational presentations to community groups, resource tables at major community events, and human services workers who visit senior centers and senior dining sites on a regular basis.
Some of the major community events we participate in throughout the year include:
- Super Senior Friday
- Senior Day at Summerfest
- Senior Celebration at the Zoo
- Health and resource fairs at each of the Senior Centers
If you have an event that you would like to invite us to, please fill out our form to provide complete details for the event.