Independent Living Resource Center
To promote greater independence and empowerment for persons with disabilities through advocacy and resources.
VISION: Independence and Empowerment for All.
Independent Living Resource Center (ILRC) is a fragrance free environment. Please refrain from using scented products when visiting.
|History of Independent Living Resource Center, Inc.Independent Living Resource Center, Inc. (ILRC) first opened its doors in Jefferson City, Missouri in 1997.|
Missouri Service Area
|Southern Callaway County
|Guidestar Silver Level Participant|
Independent Living Resource Center, Inc (ILRC)
Needs Assessment 2014
It is time for Independent Living Resource Center, Inc.’s (ILRC) Needs Assessment 2014! Each year ILRC asks that persons with disabilities, caregivers, service providers and community members participate in a Needs Assessment to help determine the needs of persons with disabilities in our communities. The results of these assessments assist our board of directors and staff in developing new programs, changing current programs and driving our work in our service area in these Central Missouri Counties: South Callaway, Camden, Cole, Miller, Moniteau, Morgan and Osage.
ILRC is a non residential, consumer controlled, not for profit organization that provides services and support for individuals with disabilities through various programs and services. Promoting greater independence and empowerment for persons with disabilities is our mission here at ILRC.
The information collected is anonymous and your identity and participation will remain confidential. You are under no obligation to take this survey, but your input is appreciated. The survey will take approximately five minutes to complete. Please visit the link below to complete:
Independent Living Philosophy
“Independent Living does not mean that we want to do everything by ourselves, do not need anybody or like to live in isolation. Independent Living means that we demand the same choices and control in our every-day lives that our non-disabled brothers and sisters, neighbors and friends take for granted. We want to grow up in our families, go to the neighborhood school, use the same bus as our neighbors, and work in jobs that are in line with our education and interests, and raise families of our own. We are profoundly ordinary people sharing the same need to feel included, recognized and loved.” Dr. Adolf Ratzka