The primary purpose of the Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council is to coordinate development of the State Plan for Independent Living with Arizona’s five Centers for Independent Living and the Arizona Rehabilitation Services Administration. Additionally, the AZSILC is charged with monitoring and reporting on progress toward completion of goals and objectives included in the State Plan and making this information available to the public. The State Plan is updated and revised every three years.
The plan must include:
- The goals, objectives, and strategies for the state’s Independent Living network
- An account of outreach efforts to identify unserved and underserved populations
- A detailed report of the Independent Living services currently provided in the state
- A description of the state’s network of CILs, including information regarding unserved and underserved communities and how the network will conduct outreach to these areas
- A narrative on the working relationships of providers in the state’s IL network
- A description of the SILC resource plan.
- The process that will be used to monitor, evaluate and report on SPIL activities
Arizona State Plan for Independent Living
2017 – 2019:
The 2017-2019 State Plan for Independent Living was approved by the Administration for Community Living in September of 2017 and is available for download.
Download the 2017-2019 State Plan for Independent Living in PDF Format.
Download the 2017-2019 State Plan for Independent Living in accessible text format
Download a copy of the goal and objectives included in the 2017-2019 State Plan for Independent Living