Find direction for a brighter future at Brotoloc North.
At Brotoloc North, you'll find a team of dedicated individuals who provide exceptional support services for adults with developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, Alzheimers, and mental health illnesses.
With nearly 50 years of experience, Brotoloc North has a proven track record of delivering effective programs that are tailored to your unique challenges. We work hard to help you feel good about yourself and your abilities. We encourage you to connect with those around you, provide you with personal choices in daily living, and support maximum participation by family, friends, and significant others.
Our philosophy of working with people is simple. We:
Accept you where you are and challenge you to take the next step
Seek to empower you and not control your actions
Expect mutual respect, responsiveness, responsibility, and resourcefulness
Do things with you, not to you or for you
Focus on your successes, not your failures
Encourage you to take risks within the limits of common sense
Communicate clearly with reasonable expectations
A Brief Company History
Brotoloc Health Care Systems, Inc was formed in 1964 as a response to the community need for appropriate housing of people with mental disabilities. The four founders, three psychiatrists (Edward Brousseau, Joseph Tobin, A.A. Lorenz) and a clinical social worker (Walter Conner) set the tone of responsible concern still reflected at Brotoloc North today.
In 1993, we developed a network of small community based residential facilities, supported care apartment living, adult family homes, and in-home services.
In 2010, Brotoloc Health Care System split into two separate companies: Brotoloc North and BrotolocSouth. Brotoloc Health Care Systems still remains as the corporation based in Eau Claire, WI, but now does business as Brotoloc North.
Today our vision for a truly integrated community still remains unchanged. We offer the necessary support services for people with severe life challenges to live in and be a valuable part of our communities.