About Wyoming Independent Living, Inc

 

Wyoming Independent Living, Inc. (WIL) is a registered, private, non-profit agency, in existence to provide people with severe disabilities the opportunity to secure their highest possible level of personal independence.

Independent Living services are consumer-oriented and individualized, based on that person's need for independence. The consumer decides what they need. A variety of direct and referred services are offered.


Core Services are provided without cost and include:

1. Information and Referral

2. Independent Living Skills Training

3. Cross Disability Peer Support

4. Advocacy (Individual and Systemic)

5. Transition Services

 

Other associated services include:

Visually Impaired Program (VIP) provides services for senior citizens, age 55 or older, who are blind or severely visually impaired.

Community Advocacy services around the state.

Specialized adaptive equipment available for loan.

Contract services for Job Coach employees.

Braille services.


WIL is dedicated to the philosophy that every person, regardless of disability, deserves to experience dignity, safety, health and personal independence. All services are designed to enhance mobility, increase the ability to care for oneself, to communicate and to be able to independently live in the community of choice.

Wyoming Independent Living - Advancing Independence & Dignity

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WIL Needs Volunteers

WIL Peer Volunteer Application

WIL Peer Volunteer Program Guidelines

Need Help with Transportation?

WyomingTransportationProviders.org - to help assist people in accessing travel options throughout Wyoming.

 

WIL News

WIL offices will be closed as follows:

  • Monday, February 20, Presidents Day
  • Monday, May 29, Memorial Day