California Foundation for Independent Living Centers (CFILC) started as a peer support mechanism for executive directors of the fledgling Independent Living Centers in California (ILC) in 1976. Originally the directors were the usual representatives who went to Sacramento to educate public policy makers on issues affecting persons with disabilities.
Today, the CFILC continues to serve people with disabilities through ILCs statewide through its many programs: Ability Tools, Digital Access Project, Disability Organizing (DO) Network, FreedomTech, Peer Insights Project, Voice Options, and Youth Organizing (YO!) Disabled and Proud.
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