Driver Escort Program:
Volunteer Driver. Use your own vehicle to transport an elderly or disabled person to medical appointments, to help someone with low vision attend a support group, and so much more. Mileage reimbursement provided. You assist on your schedule. For more information contact the Transportation Coordinator at 647-4616.
When an adult does not have the mental capacity to make their own decisions, the Adult Protective Services Social Worker will petition the court to appoint a guardian. We are seeking individuals who are trustworthy, caring, helpful and compassionate. A guardian has no financial responsibility or obligation to provide direct care to the individual. A guardian's role is to be an advocate regarding health and financial matters, making decisions in the person best interest and assisting the person in navigating through tough decisions. The Adult Protective Services Social Worker will provide support and training on the role and duties of a guardian. For more information contact the Adult Protective Services Social Worker at 647-4616.
Committee members provide the voice of our Richland County citizens into the delivery of services at the ADRC. Per diem and mileage reimbursement are provided. Community members are encouraged to inquire about periodic opportunities for appointment to the following committees:
- Transportation Coordinating Committee This Committee oversees the Driver Escort program and the coordination of transportation service in Richland County. Please contact the ADRC Manager at 647-4616.
- Commission on Aging and Disability This Commission advises on program services for the Aging and Disability Resource Center. Please contact the ADRC Manager at 647-4616.
- Regional Aging and Disability Resource Center Governing Board This Board provides oversight for the Aging and Disability Resource Center of Southwest Wisconsin-North serving Crawford, Richland, Sauk and Juneau Counties. Please contact the Regional ADRC Manager at 608-649-5795.
Driver for Meal on Wheels:
Deliver meals to homebound individuals within the city limits of Richland Center - Monday thru Friday - no holidays. Routes can be delivered in less than one hour.
Home Chore/Odd Jobs:
Many times people find that they need help raking leaves, packing boxes, or a myriad of small things that they just can't do anymore. Volunteers can make life easier for someone who wants to continue to live in their own home. Please contact the Aging and Disability Resource Center at 647-4616.
Check out the Richland Neighbor-to-Neighbor Time Bank by going to www.timebanks.org and click on "Looking for a Time Bank near you" follow the WI link to connect to area organizers.