Kenosha County Aging & Disability Resource Center

The ADRC  is a no cost, "one-stop shop" for older people, people with disabilities, their families, guardians and caregivers. We provide objective, reliable information on a wide variety of services, resources and benefits. 

May is Older Americans Month. Learn more here.

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See information below for updated services while we continue to remain Safer-at-Home.

PHONE LINES OPEN: As always, our services are accessible by phone, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., 262-605-6646 or 800-472-8008.

LOAN CLOSET: The Loan & Supply Closet has reopened. Donations are needed! To make donation, or if you are in need of an item, please call Steve at the ADRC, 262-605-6667, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., to make arrangements. While the ADRC takes additional steps in sanitization, for everyone’s safety, we ask that all items be cleaned, sanitized and in good working order prior to donation. Learn more here.

TRANSPORTATION: Schedules are changed until further notice. Please visit our transportation page for additional information.  
Expanded Transportation Services: Paratransit and Western Transit are now available for weekend trips. Additionally the service area has been expanded for medical trips. For more information see our expanded transportation informational sheet.

MEALS FOR SENIORS: Senior Dining is provided by KAFASI to Kenosha County Seniors, age 60+, including spouse of any age. Call 262-658-3508 to make a reservation for any site a day in advance by 10:30 a.m. For additional information on Senior Dining click here.

Frozen Meal Pack/DIBS 2.0/Hot Meal Pick-up, 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
  • Tuesday: KAFASI, 7730 Sheridan Road, Kenosha
  • Wednesday: Westosha Senior Center, 19200 93rd St., Bristol
  • Thursday: Parkside Baptist Church, 2620 14th Place, Kenosha

Participants are able to pick up one, two, or all three options on a weekly basis at one of the pick-up sites listed above. 

  • Option 1: Each pick up will include 5 frozen meals with beverages and crackers. Suggested donation $3. Option 2: Available are 7 shelf stable meal recipes complete with the ingredients needed to make them in two reusable grocery bags. Suggested donation $10. 
  • Option 3: A hot meal ready to go complete with a beverage and side. Suggested donation $3. 

Hot and Cold Meal Curbside Pick-up, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

At time of pick-up seniors will receive one meal that is hot and ready to eat and a second meal to put in the refrigerator to eat later. Suggested donation $4 per meal ($8 total).

  • Wednesday and Friday- Village Pub, 307 N Cogswell Dr. Silver Lake
  • Thursday- Kenosha Achievement Center, 1218 79th St. Kenosha

Meals on Wheels provides meals delivered Monday - Friday. Medically-ordered food restrictions may be accommodated. For additional information on Meals on Wheels click here.

RESOURCES: Given the evolving situation of the COVID 19 virus, we recommend when using our resource database that agencies and service providers are contacted directly to learn how their service delivery may be altered during this time.

EVENTS: Events and workshops will be held online if possible. See our event calendar for more information.

CAREGIVERS: Are you caring for an older adult or a person with a disability? This challenging and vital role is even more so in the face of COVID-19. This link will take you to COVID-19 Specific Resources for Family Caregivers.

We look forward to having this health emergency behind us and returning to offering robust ADRC services to Kenosha County.