For farmers and farm workers with disabilities who are engaged in production agriculture and want to continue farming.
Technical Assistance for understanding and implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act
Community Access Program
Resources & Information for Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing, Late Deafened, and DeafBlind people.
Deaf Independence Program
Entry and home accessibility modifications for low-income Vermonters with physical disabilities.
Home Access Program
Information, referrals and assistance to assist individuals in achieving and maintaining their independence.
Information, Referral & Assistance
Hot meals delivered to Vermonters under age 60 with chronic conditions or disabilities on an emergency, short-term or long-term basis.
Meals on Wheels
Funding for services and equipment to help people with disabilities achieve or maintain independence in their own homes.
Sue Williams Freedom Fund (SWFF)
Peer advocacy counselors work with peers one-on-one to find solutions and improve options for independent living in our communities.
Peer Advocacy Counseling
Telephone equipment loans for low-income Deaf, Deaf-Blind, Hard of Hearing individuals and those with physical disabilities to help communicate.
Workshops led by people with disabilities to pass on skills to help prepare youth with disabilities for life outside of high school.
Tools and resources for managing Attendant Care or Personal Assistance Services.
Personal Assistant Services Toolkit
As a Center for Independent Living, one of our core services is Individual and Systems Advocacy.