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VCIL believes that individuals with disabilities have the right to live with dignity and with appropriate support in their own homes, fully participate in their communities, and to control and make decisions about their lives. Learn more about VCIL

Direct Action Needed Now

Direct Action Needed Now

It is high time that the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities is put to a vote in the Senate. Please contact Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and ask for a vote now! Reach out to his Washington, D.C., office at 202-224-3542 or www.reid.senate.gov/contact

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Welcome

Welcome

VCIL's mission is to empower Vermonters with disabilities, Deaf Vermonters, and others to tear down the physical, communication, and attitudinal barriers that keep us from realizing our full human potential.

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Home Access Program

Home Access Program

If you are a Vermonter with a long term disability you can apply to the Home Access Program for ramp and bathroom accessibility modifications. Consider modifications to your home instead of moving. Nobody should feel like assisted living or a nursing home is the only option.

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Peer Advocacy

Peer Advocacy

You are the boss of you! Work with one of our Peer Advocate Counselors to set independent living goals, manage your needs, and learn how to better advocate for your rights.

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Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels

Need a hot meal in your home? Vermonters, under age 60 with chronic conditions or disabilities, can get emergency, short-term, or long-term meals.

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Community Access

Community Access

Community Access Program works to improve access to buildings, services and programs in the state of Vermont.

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AgrAbility

AgrAbility

If you are farming with a disability, our AgrAbility specialists can connect you with the community resources and modified equipment you need to farm safely.

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