Care Wisconsin is a nonprofit care management organization specializing in the integration of health and long-term care services. For more than 37 years, we have been filling gaps in community services and providing innovative solutions for seniors and adults with developmental and/or physical disabilities.
We have roots as a human services agency. With the support of community volunteers, Care Wisconsin started the region's first adult day center in a church hall in Madison in 1976.
Today, we manage two of the State's public health and long-term care programs: Family Care and Partnership. Care Wisconsin serves more than 4,900 members across 13 counties in Wisconsin, and two-thirds of our employees work with our programs.
The Care Wisconsin story is best told by the individuals who share our values and who have experienced our programs and services firsthand. Download our 2010 Storybook to learn about us and the people we serve.
Programs & Services
|Family Care; Partnership|
|Dodge County||Family Care; Partnership|
|Green Lake County||Family Care|
|Jefferson County||Family Care; Partnership|
|Marquette County||Family Care|
|Ozaukee County||Family Care|
|Sheboygan County||Family Care|
|Walworth County||Family Care|
|Washington County||Family Care|
|Waukesha County||Family Care|
|Waushara County||Family Care|
We place our members at the center of care. Our care teams ensure members' needs are met and that they have choices, flexibility and access to high-quality services. A similar collaborative approach is taken for family members, guardians, advocates, providers and government agencies.
For Care Wisconsin office locations, click here.