General information, and national and international organizations, concerned with Independent Living. (See FAQ)
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Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living
A national network of rural independent living centers, other programs, and individuals concerned with the unique aspects of rural independent living. APRIL is an advocate for increased funding and policy changes to improve rural disability services.
Centers for Independent Living Web Sites
Links to centers and resources for the United States and Canada.
Consortium for Citizens with Disabilities
A housing initiative designed to provide information and technical assistance on affordable housing issues to people with disabilities, their families, advocates, and service providers across the United States.
IMPACT Center for Independent Living
A site to preserve and promote the rich history and philosophy of the independent living movement.
Independent Living Center of SouthEast Missouri
Offers services to people with disabilities with the goal of active participation in society foucusing on the ability of the person rather than the disability. Includes future events details.
Independent Living Research Utilization
Information, training, research and technical assistance in independent living.
Independent Living USA
Resource for individuals with disabilities, their families, providers of services, Independent Living centers, and professionals.
Institute on Independent Living
Promotes the opportunities of persons with disabilities to gain more personal and political power, self-determination, full participation and equality, both in Sweden and internationally through educational activities.
Judith Creed Homes for Adult Independence
A non-profit organization that offers a variety of housing and support services for people with developmental disabilities. Covers Philadelphia areas.
National Council on Independent Living (NCIL)
A membership organization that advances the independent living philosophy and advocates for the human rights of, and services for, people with disabilities to further their full integration and participation in society.
The San Diego Regional Center (SDRC)
Supports people with disabilities and families in San Diego and Imperial Counties, California, who wish to use individualized funding to purchase their own services and supports. Project information, principles, hotline, and resources.