Adult Day Care
An adult day care is a non-residential facility that takes care of the daily needs of adults in professionally staffed settings. Adult Day Care Centers offer care and supervision for older adults who need help with social, nutritional, health, educational, and personal care. Structured activities include arts and crafts; exercise; music and singing; and outings. There are also specialized day care centers for people with memory problems.
Cost may be hourly or daily depending on need.

Alcohol and other Drug Abuse
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Assisted Living Care
Assisted living assist with everyday activities such as meals, medication management, bathing, dressing and transportation.

Care Management

Provides support and coaching for seniors and caregivers to help manage them everyday life and stay in their homes. Work with caregivers to identify coping strategies for their changing roles and responsibilities and ways to avoid burn-out.

Community Centers
Community Centers are a place to gather for group recreation, social activities, public support and other interactive programming.

Curative Services
Curative Care Network provides rehabilitation and human services from seven southeastern Wisconsin community based facilities located throughout Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties.

Emergency Response Services
Emergency Response Services are business and devices that can alert when you need assistance.

Home Healthcare
Home Healthcare services are given in your home and are usually less expensive, more convenient, and just as effective as care you get in a hospital or skilled nursing facility.

Health and Wellness Programs
Facilities and programs where elderly can improve and promote health and fitness.

Hospice Services
Hospice Services are a team (physicians, nurses, hospice aides, social workers, bereavement counselors and volunteers) that provides care to patients in their own home or a home-like setting.

Interfaith Older Adult Programs
In addition to our main office location in Milwaukee, Interfaith Older Adult Programs has more than a dozen neighborhood sites spread throughout Milwaukee County. These locations support more than 17,000 clients and provide neighborhood out reach, as well as activities and services within senior centers and dining sites. Contact us to reach our main office locations.

Light Housekeeping
Could include: Assistance with laundry, changing linens, garbage, dusting, vacuuming, mopping, clean bathrooms, refrigerator, caring for houseplants and general housekeeping.

Meals can be brought directly to your house on a daily, weekly, monthly, or special occasion. Additionally, there are sources that will also serve free meals for special occasions and holidays.

Mental Health
Programs for the elderly to identify and find assistance. Offerings include therapists who accepts Medicaid, support groups, information on a specific mental illness or how to get help even if you don’t have insurance.

Non-Profit Organizations
Provide an array of services to the elderly from health related to building accessibility to offering financial assistance.

Senior Home Modifications
Senior Home Modifications are services (contractor and products) that provide the elderly the ability to modify their homes depending on the specific needs of the individual.

Senior Services
Elderly Services can compliment and add value to staying at home.

Social Service Organizations
Non-profits offering services that can assist elderly in an array of ways for those who want to stay at home.