Care Wisconsin matches frail seniors and individuals with disabilities to the health and long-term care services they need.
Our roots are 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.
We offer the following programs:
- Family Care is a program funded by Medicaid that helps frail seniors and adults with disabilities manage their home and community-based long-term care services.
-Partnership is a program funded by Medicare and/or Medicaid that helps frail seniors and adults with disabilities manage health, medical, and long-term care needs.
-Medicaid SSI is a health insurance program for adults who are eligible for Medicaid SSI due to a disability determined by the Disability Determination Bureau that provides health care and behavioral health coordination.
-The Care Wisconsin Medicare Dual Advantage (HMO SNP) is Medicare Advantage program for people who have both Medicare and Medicaid.