Information for this Guide  

Information for this   

Guide was gathered by:

ADRC of Douglas County 

1316 North 14th Street, Ste 327 

Superior WI 54880

(715) 395-1234 

(866) 946-ADRC 

and Senior Connections 
1805 North 16th Street 

Superior WI 54880 

(715) 394-3611 
(800) 870-2181

ADRC & Senior Connections are  

solely responsible for the  

content of this Guide.

This Guide was produced by  

The Senior Reporter magazine  

and was supported financially  

by the ads for the businesses  

and agencies that appear  

on these pages. Their support 

is deeply appreciated.

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 Resource Guide

Information at your fingertips 

Senior consumers who live in Superior and Douglas County are fortunate. We 
have a wide range of housing and service options to choose from. On the 
pages of this Senior & Disabilities Resource Guide for Douglas County you’ll 
find well-organized information on available services. 

In the event that you need even more information, we recommend these 

 Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) of Douglas County 

 (715) 395-1234 
 (866) 946-ADRC 

  Senior Connections  

(715) 394-3611 or (800) 870-2181 

  The Senior Reporter® 

(218) 624-4949 or hceditor@icloud.com 


Dial 211 for information on area health  
and human services organizations. 

This Guide is the result of a collaboration between Harbor Centers Inc., a 
501(c)3 nonprofit that publishes The Senior Reporter magazine, the ADRC 
of Douglas County and a public, nonprofit agency, Senior Connections. The 
ADRC of Douglas County and Senior Connections gathers all the information 
about services, products and resources for seniors and caregivers in the county 
and updates it annually. 

It is our aim that this guide be complete, accurate and up to date. So please 
inform Senior Connections or the ADRC of Douglas County of any information 
that needs to be added, deleted or revised. This guide serves as a resource for 
the community and is not a recommendation for any provider. 

We are indebted to the advertisers who support this guide.  As a result of this 
collaboration, this guide is available at no cost to seniors, the disabled, their 
families and caregivers and providers of senior and disability services.

If you have found this guide useful and would like to help support it, please 
send a tax deductible donation to either Senior Connections or Harbor Centers 
Inc. at the addresses on this page. It is becoming increasingly difficult to 
continue to provide the guides free, so any donations are helpful.

On the Cover: 

Top: Coalition members representing organizations that are 

organizing the Dementia-Friendly Community Initiative of Superior. Left to right are 
Jean Riedasch, Northern Waters Parish Nurse Ministry; Katy Johnson, St. Luke’s 
Mariner Medical Clinic; Terri Miles, Superior Housing Authority; Chelsea Thompson, 
ADRC of Douglas County; Cindy Hedlund, Dove Home Health Professionals and 
Luann Teige, Senior Connections.