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Below you'll find a list of the wide variety of programs that CIL offers. Click one to learn more.

Photo of five people at a desk. Text reads "Core Services."

CIL's CORE Services are the programs that our organization was founded upon advocacy, counseling, housing assistance, and more.

Photo of a person with a hat on a boat. Text reads "Community Connections."

Our Community Connections team will help you gain the skills to confidently and independently navigate the San Francisco Bay Area

Photo of a person in a wheelchair. Text reads "Emergency Preparedness and Resiliency."

The Center for Independent Living’s Emergency Preparedness Program supports community resilience and readiness planning to prepare for disaster recovery and Public Safety Power Shutoff events, and ensures people with disabilities and older adults are integrated in state- and county-wide planning, response, and recovery processes for disasters.

Photo of an elderly woman wearing glasses. Text reads "Living Well.”

In CIL's Living Well Program, a team of peer counselors leads coaching sessions to give seniors the tools and support to breakthrough new limitations, improve quality of life, and maintain independence.

Photo of a person in a wheelchair in front of an accessibility ramp. Text reads “Residential Access.”

By building or installing various home modifications, the CIL Residential Access Program helps residents live more safely and independently in their homes.

Photo of a young person chopping food. Text reads "Youth Programs."

CIL’s Youth Programs are meant to help students with disabilities be successful with their transition into postsecondary life.

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