After reading over the list below, we invite you to fill out our application for services, and one of our staff members will follow up with you.

Independent Living Skills

Learn the skills you desire to have to be independent every day and/or to live on your own. You can pick the areas on which you want to work, like budgeting, cooking, running your home, communication, transportation, relationships, or even how to speak up for yourself.


Learn how to advocate for yourself and haveyour voice heard while acting for change that offers equal opportunity for people with disabilities. We can help you contact your government officials, write letters or make phone calls, travel to Montgomery for special events or just figure out how to stand up for your rights in your own life.

Peer Support

Learn problem-solving solutions, share Successes and build relationships with other individuals with disabilities who may share your needs/concerns.

Transition into the Community

Receive assistance relocating from an institution into your own place. Get help learning about the things you will need to be successful – such as finding housing, setting up utilities, and arranging and getting support from others.