Vermont Center
for Independent Living

People with disabilities
working together
for dignity, independence
and civil rights.

Vermont Center for Independent Living

People with disabilities
working together
for dignity, independence
and civil rights.

Vermont Center for Independent Living

People with disabilities
working together
for dignity, independence
and civil rights.

Vermont Center
for Independent Living

People with disabilities
working together
for dignity, independence
and civil rights.

Vermont Center for Independent Living

People with disabilities
working together
for dignity, independence
and civil rights.

Vermont Center for Independent Living

People with disabilities
working together
for dignity, independence
and civil rights.

VCIL believes that individuals with disabilities have the right to live with dignity and with appropriate support in their own homes, fully participate in their communities, and to control and make decisions about their lives.
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Welcome

As the Executive Director of the Vermont Center for Independent Living, I welcome you to our new and improved website. It is designed to be fully accessible and mobile-friendly across devices. It aims to provide clear-cut information on all of the important services that we provide and updates on upcoming events. In addition, I hope that it will serve as a portal into a better understanding of the world of independent living. People with disabilities should and can live independently and make decisions about our own lives. Nothing about us without us!

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