HCIL is a community-based, non-profit, independent living advocacy organization created by and for people with disabilities.
Their services include, but are not limited to: disability awareness, peer-to-peer counseling and support, individual and systems advocacy, information and referral, independent living skills training and relocation/transition community integration services and opportunities. People with any disability and any age can receive our services.
HCIL also provides assistance in inclusion in the workplace through their WIPA (Work Incentives Planning Assistance) program. This porgram allows a person to work and still keep their benefits!
HCIL can also assist in some low-tech accommodations or home modifications if it leads to independent lving.
click the link to find more information and contact info -->HCIL Home Page
There are several services and supports for life after high school, but it can be difficult to determine which services are best for your child. Click on the link below to compare each of the services and requirements to determine the best fit for your child.
click on comparison chart--> Comparison chart for state services