Promoting independence at home and in the community
ILRC provides advocacy, independent living skills training, peer counseling, nursing home transition & diversion and youth transition, as well as information and referral regarding community-based services.
ILRC provides information on the rights and responsibilities of a renter or buyer and explains affordable housing resources, including Section 8, Public Housing.
ILRC provides assistance with benefits applications and eligibility information, counseling on how benefits will be affected by employment, and support in appeals and fair hearings.
ILRC provides support obtaining equal and appropriate public education in school (K-12) or in a college or training program, as well as transition services from high school to college or community living.
ILRC provides assistance with obtaining DVR and other employment services, as well as information on employee rights and responsibilities, requesting reasonable accommodations, and filing discrimination complaints.
Counties we serve for Independent Living Services:
The Independent Living Resource Center does not discriminate with regard to disability, race, color, national origin, ancestry, culture, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, family status, or gender identification in its services or hiring practices.
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Should you have further questions and messages about our agency and services, do not hesitate to contact us. We will be more than glad to serve you and your loved ones.