SCIL Services

Consumer Control

The Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and later amendments, mandated that centers for independent living focus on consumer control. To ensure that focus is maintained, at least 51% of a center’s staff and board of directors must be people with disabilities. Consumer control means the consumer has the right and responsibility to direct his or her own life. That is what makes SCIL a bit different than other social service agencies. Each consumer is encouraged to decide what his/her own goals will be. SCIL staff supports and encourages consumers to take the necessary steps to reach each goal.

 

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Policies and Procedures (HIPPA)

Click here: Notice of Privacy Practices

 

 

Individual Services/Programs

Personal Assistant Training
Vocational Services Program
Housing Assistance
Accessibility
Benefits Counseling
Community Reintegration
Personal Advocacy



Youth Transition Services
Volunteer Opportunities
IL Skills-Training
Peer Counseling
Low Vision Equipment
Technology Assistance
Register to Vote



Community Services

Information and Referral
Advocacy
Public Education/Disability Awareness
Assistance w/Ramps & Home Modifications
Interpreter Referral

 

Volunteer Parking Program

Support Groups
Free Amplified Telephones
Accessibility Consultations

 


 

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