Human Services Center
Address: 514 Riverview Ave., Waukesha, WI 53188
Phone: (262) 548-7212
Call: (262) 548-7212
Fax: (262) 548-7379
Call: (262) 548-7379
Business Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
After hours dial 211 or dial (414) 455-1736
or toll free at 1-866-211-3380
- Reforming Health Care Entitlements: Family Care/IRIS 2.0
- Implementing Governor Walker’s 2013-2015 Biennial Budget
- Enhancing Fraud Prevention in Public Assistance Programs
- Expanding and Enhancing Mental Health Services
- Redesigning Wisconsin’s Dementia Care System
- Reforming the FoodShare Employment and Training (FSET) Program
- Reforming Wisconsin’s Entitlement Programs
- Providing Non-Emergency Medical Transportation Services for Medicaid and BadgerCare Plus Members
- Check-ups, shots (immunizations), prenatal care and other preventive and wellness doctor visits,
- Emergency department visits,
- Hospital care,
- Maternity and newborn care,
- Mental health, behavioral health and substance abuse treatment,
- Prescription drugs,
- Rehabilitation services and devices,
- Lab visits and x-ray service
Please read on through the program’s informational flyer or on their Website.
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Assisted Living in Wisconsin
- SeniorAdvice's Guide to Assisted Living in Wisconsin
- Assisted Living Directory for Wisconsin
- Assisted Living Costs in Wisconsin
- Financial Assistance for Assisted Living in Wisconsin
- Wisconsin Assisted Living Rules and Regulations
- Free Assisted Living Resources in Wisconsin
Wisconsin is a state that has a fairly large senior population, with 17% of residents being over the age of 65 according to the estimates published in the 2019 US Census. Assisted living facilities in Wisconsin charge a median fee of $4,350 per month, which makes the state a more expensive place to retire to than many other areas of the United States. There are many potential benefits to retiring to Wisconsin, however, and the state has 2,239 assisted living facilities for seniors to pick from.
This guide will help you explore the options for assisted living in Wisconsin and the options available for paying for senior living facilities in the state.
SeniorAdvice's Guide to Assisted Living in Wisconsin
According to SeniorScore, Wisconsin has a rating of 71%. This rating considers how the state compares to other areas of the country in terms of cost of living, quality of life, access to health care and leisure facilities, safety and weather. The average rating for the United States is 72%.