Every Center of Independent Living offers five core services. Theses are Independent Living Skills, Advocacy, Information and Referral, Peer Support, and Transition. In addition, Centers may offer additional services addressing needs in its local community.
Independent Living Skills
Provides skills training to enhance the independence of adults with disabilities in their homes, families, and communities. The program provides classes in cooking, assertiveness, relationships, financial management, adjustment to disability, and others as consumer needs dictate.Learn More
The Advocacy program is the core of the UILC. The program supports both individual and community advocacy strategies that create positive change for persons with disabilities and their environment both on the state and national level.Learn More
Training in skills, and assistance in understanding and filing of resources.Learn More
Information and Referrals
Providing resource information, referrals to other centers, disability organizations, and more.Learn More
Youth Services and Nursing Home transition programs provide information and assistance to those in the community to transition into more independent lives.Learn More