Information about the Kansas Association of Centers for Independent Living.
The Kansas Association of Centers for Independent Living (KACIL), represents 10 Centers for Independent Living (CILs). Centers provide services to people with disabilities of all ages. Centers for Independent Living also provide assistance to businesses and all other entities in the community to assist them in offering services to people with disabilities.
We advocate at a state and national level for the rights of all people with disabilities to live in the communities of their choice. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Rosie Cooper, KACIL Executive Director.
The Kansas Association of Centers for Independent Living (KACIL) provides a powerful framework so that member Centers excel in advocacy and services ensuring that all Kansans with disabilities have opportunities for independent living and enjoy their civil and human rights.
The Kansas Association of Centers for Independent Living (KACIL) will facilitate collective work among member CILs resulting in the strongest State association, driving change for people with disabilities.