Consumer Guide: Residential Care Options by County
A number of residential care options are available to those who need it. Services are offered for:
- In-home care—Home Health, Hospice, and Personal Care Agencies.
- Alternatives to living in your current home—Assisted Living, Adult Day Care Centers, Nursing Homes, and Facilities Serving People with Developmental Disabilities.
Use the map or list below to learn about options available in your county. Some of the details we offer include:
- Provider directories.
- Assisted living facility profiles give an overview of inspection results from the Division of Quality Assurance.
- Nursing home and facilities for people with developmental disabilities consumer information reports list federal violations and staffing for each facility.
- State and county resources.
Provider Search lets you find a health or residential care provider and view survey results. These include results from inspections and investigations. The official survey report from the Division of Quality Assurance is called a Statement of Deficiencies. When violations are cited, a provider’s response is called a Plan of Correction. A three-year history is available for most providers.
Aging and disability resource centers provide information on a wide range of programs and services. Their services are offered at the center, over the phone, or through a home visit. You can choose the option that works best for you. These resource centers can help you:
- Understand your options for long-term care.
- Apply for programs and benefits.
- Access publicly funded, long-term care.
Select a county
To learn what county a community is in, find it on our list of Wisconsin Cities, Villages, Townships and Unincorporated Places (PDF).