Nearly one in five people has a disability
US Census Bureau 2010
We are an empowerment and learning community
Fifty percent of our staff are people with disabilities
Independent living evolved from the civil rights movement
Our mission is to promote the full inclusion and integration of people with all types of disabilities into all levels of society, working towards independence and equality for people with disabilities.
What we do
We help people with disabilities obtain choices and control in daily life. We provide advocacy, education, skills training, support groups, and information and referral as well as many empowering programs and social activities.
Who we are
We are one of ten certified Independent Living Centers in the state of Colorado. We serve individuals in Weld, Morgan, Logan, Washington, Sedgwick, Yuma, and Phillips Counties.
We advocate for the civil rights of people with disabilities.
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From The Blog
PDC Energy, Colorado Therapy Horses and Boy Scout Troup 247 are holding barbeques on June 12, June 17, August 14, September 18, and October 16 to honor veterans and first responders. Bring your family and enjoy hot dogs and burgers, then meet the Colorado Therapy horses. Location: 5206 West F St., off 59th Ave., Greeley. To RSVP call or...
On December 18, 2015, Senator Schumer (D-NY) introduced the Disability Integration Act! This legislation (S.2427) is intended to assure that people with disabilities can live in the community rather than be forced into nursing facilities and other institutions. This ground-breaking legislation establishes statutory civil rights language – comparable to the ADA – which requires public entities and Long Term...
The Greeley Rec Center is now offering Adaptive Yoga and Inclusive Dance alternating Wednesdays. Yoga poses and dances are adapted for people of any physical ability. Call the center to find out more:...
IPads have tremendous accessibility functions making them useful as communication and learning devices. We provide iPad and iPhone training to people with vision, communication, and cognitive disabilities through a collaboration with the High Plains Library District. And if you are 60 or over and have a vision disorder and financial need, the Area Agency on Aging will purchase an...