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Independent Living Services help individuals who experience disabilities achieve personal goals for independence and participation in their families and communities.
The five core Independent Living Services are:
State Independent Living Council oversees Oregon's Independent Living Services. You can attend their quarterly meetings if you'd like to share your feedback about services in Oregon.
Individuals of any age are eligible for Independent Living services if the following three things are all true:
Independent Living Services are provided by Centers for Independent Living (CILs) in various locations within each state. CILs are private, non-profit organizations run by people with disabilities. Services are provided through a peer mentoring model.
Find the CIL nearest youCIL basic facts
CIL Achievements ReportLearn how Independent Living services reduce reliance on public funds and increase public revenues.
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