Aging & Disability Resource Center

Find more information about community resources and services for older adults and adults with disabilities.

Biohazard Cleaning Services

Crime scene cleanup involves the cleaning of biohazardous material such as blood, tissue, and/or other bodily fluids. This may mean the biologically contaminated scene of a violent death such as homicide, suicide, accident or in deaths in which decomposition had begun to occur. Services are available for residential homes, vehicles, businesses and communities. Special knowledge is required to safely handle biohazardous material. 

See a list of companies in the area that provide this service (PDF).

Wisconsin County Crash Mapping

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has created a county mapping system for traffic crashes. Users can access the crash map search and choose a county from the drop-down list along with several other options to customize an up-to-date display of area traffic incidents.

Medication Drop Boxes

Drop off expired, unused and unwanted medications at these conveniently located drop boxes!

  • Bloomfield Police Department
    N1100 Town Hall Road
    Pell Lake, WI 53157
  • Delavan Police Department
    123 S 2nd Street
    Delavan, WI 53115
  • Fontana Police Department
    185 Douglas Street
    Fontana, WI 53125
  • Lake Geneva Police Department
    626 Geneva Street
    Lake Geneva, WI 53147
  • Village of East Troy Police Department
    2015 Energy Drive
    East Troy, WI 53120
  • Village of Sharon Police Department
    125 Plain Street
    Sharon, WI 53585
  • Walworth County Sheriff Services
    1770 County Road NN
    Elkhorn, WI 53121
  • Walworth Police Department
    227 N Main Street
    Walworth, WI 53184
  • Whitewater Municipal Building
    312 W Whitewater Street
    Whitewater, WI 53190

Walworth County Drug & Alcohol Coalition

This mission for this coalition is to provide prevention, education, and community awareness to adults and youth about drug, alcohol, and tobacco abuse using the voice of concerned citizens, law enforcement, treatment professionals, school personnel, and the testimonials of those in recovery.

Visit the Coalition Facebook page.


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