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Southeastern Indiana Independent Living Center - SIILC

Last Update:12/8/2017
Contact:
Title:
Address:114 West Main Street
Versailles, IN 47043
County:Ripley
Phone:812-427-3333
Toll Free:
Fax:812-427-3338
TDY:
E-Mail:
Website:www.siilc.org
Mission

The Southeastern Indiana Independent Living Center (SIILC) believes it is the right of individuals with disabilities to live as independently as possible.

Program Description

Services:

Information and Referral - There are many resources available within the community of which individuals may not have knowledge. SIILC can assist individuals in receiving information required to make informed decision about their lives.

Peer Counseling - Peer support enables people with disabilities to learn from the life experiences and expertise of others. SIILC has resources available for consumers to connect individuals with similar situations to assist them.

Advocacy - SIILC promotes a policy for providing self-help and self- advocacy among individuals with significant disabilities. SIILC promotes the education of businesses and government representatives on the abilities and needs of people with disabilities.

Ombudsman - SIILC promotes striving for excellence in long term care and advocating for residents' rights through the Ombudsman Program. The Ombudsman serves as an advocate who seeks to resolve complaints made by or on behalf of individuals receiving Long-Term Care services.

Independent Living Skills Training - SIILC assists individuals in their efforts to learn new ways to perform daily living functions such as: cooking, bill paying, cleaning, shopping, dressing, and many others.

Financial
Services
Independent Living
Transition to Adulthood
Counties Serviced
Dearborn
Jefferson
Jennings
Ohio
Ripley
Scott
Switzerland
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