NYAIL’s membership is comprised of New York’s Independent Living Centers (ILCs). ILCs are non-residential, community-based not-for-profit organizations providing advocacy, supports and services to assist people with disabilities of all ages to live independently in the community. ILCs are peer-led with the majority of board of directors and staff comprised of persons with disabilities.

 

Our current members include:

 

Why are ILCs essential?

ILCs serve individuals of all ages and with all types of disabilities.
In 2017, the State’s network of Independent Living Centers provided direct services to

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over 110,000
people with disabilities,
family members and other nondisabled individuals.