Serving People with Disabilities in Northern Colorado
Connections for Independent Living helps people with disabilities obtain choices and control in daily life. We are a nonprofit independent living center serving as an empowerment and learning community. Many of our staff members have disabilities, and we support people in developing their own goals and plans for attaining them.
We provide the following services throughout Northern Colorado:
- Skills Training
- Support Groups and Social 0pportunities
- Assistive Technology Training
Located in Greeley, Colorado, we serve people of all ages, with all disabilities, in Weld, Morgan, Logan, Washington, Sedgwick, Phillips, and Yuma counties. Call us today to learn more about our services and how we can work together.
Classes, Activities, and Technology Lab
In addition to providing independent living services for individuals, Connections for Independent Living features a beautiful conference room where we hold classes and activities, from yoga to health class, to job squad, low-vision or deaf issues, and assistive technology training. We also have an accessible garden and nutrition classes.
We collaborate closely with several organizations including the High Plains Library District, the Curtis Strong Center, the Area Agency on Aging, Greenpath Debt Solutions, and many others. On any given day, we host meetings, seminars, and a variety of educational events. A hub for community connection and service provision, we strive to meet the needs of individuals with disabilities and to assist them in meeting their goals.