Goal A

Goal A: Arizonans who have disabilities are engaged in the philosophy and culture of the Independent Living Movement.

Objective:

A.1: Consumer satisfaction is evaluated, by each Arizona Center for Independent Living.

Indicator:

A.1: Annually, consumer satisfaction survey results across all Arizona Centers for Independent Living averaged 90% or above.

Objective:

A.2: All Arizona Centers for Independent Living engage in planned outreach to an unserved or underserved population, within their respective service area.

Indicator:

A.2: Annually, each Arizona Center for Independent Living provided a core service to 50 new people who have disabilities, who represent an unserved or underserved population.

Objective:

A.3: Arizonans who have disabilities receive training on disability history and culture, the Independent Living Movement, and the Independent Living services available throughout Arizona.

Indicator:

A.3: Annually, 50 people who have a Consumer  Service Record (CSR) received training from each Arizona Center for Independent Living, through Arizona Education and Empowerment Initiative (AZEEI).

Goal B

Goal B: Arizona disability organizations collaborate to mitigate barriers for Arizonans who have disabilities.

Objective:

B.1:  The Arizona Independent Living Network represents the interests of Arizonans who have disabilities, regarding existing and emerging issues, related to housing.

Indicator:

B.1: Annually, each Arizona Center for Independent Living participated in at least two housing centric meetings in their respective service area.

Objective:

B.2:  The Arizona Independent Living Network represents the interests of Arizonans who have disabilities, regarding existing and emerging issues, related to transportation.

Indicator:

B.2: Annually, each Arizona Center for Independent Living participated in at least two transportation centric meetings in their respective service area.

Objective:

B.3:  The Arizona Independent Living Network represents the interests of Arizonans who have disabilities, regarding existing and emerging issues, related to employment.

Indicator:

B.3a: Annually, each Arizona Center for Independent Living participated in at least two employment centric meetings in their respective service area.

B.3b: Annually, Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council contributed to at least two Arizona Employment First activities, meetings, or events.

Objective:

B.4:  Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council shares results of a cross-disability Needs Assessment that has statewide reach, with other disability centric organizations, followed by a solutions-focused forum, to prioritize activities for collective action.

Indicator:

B.4a: Annually, Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council received responses to a cross-disability Needs Assessment, from people who have disabilities, who reside in 10 of the 15 Arizona counties.

B.4b: Annually, Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council facilitated a discussion with disability centric organizations, based on results of the Needs Assessment, for the purpose of promoting a cohesive approach to systems change, within the state.

Objective:

B.5: Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council joins other partner organizations in supporting the mission of Arizona Disability Coalition.

Indicator:

B.5: Annually, Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council contributed to at least two Arizona Disability Coalition activities, meetings, or events.

Goal C

Goal C: Arizona builds capacity in youth who have disabilities as leaders, who provide peer-based mentoring, training, and support.

Objective:

C.1: Arizona youth who have disabilities graduate from Arizona Youth Leadership Forum (AZYLF).

Indicator:

C.1: Annually, at least 35 youth who have disabilities graduated from Arizona Youth Leadership Forum.

Objective:

C.2: Arizona youth who have disabilities graduate from Arizona Youth Engagement Academy (AZYEA).

Indicator:

C.2: Annually, at least 20 youth who have disabilities graduated from Arizona Youth Engagement Academy.

Objective:

C.3: Graduates of Arizona Youth Leadership Initiatives (AZYLI) participate in AZYLI Alumni Association engagement opportunities.

Indicator:

C.3: Annually, at least 50 Arizona Youth Leadership Initiatives (AZYLI) Alumni participated in one or more AZYLI Alumni Association activities, meetings, or events.

Objective:

C.4: Graduates of Arizona Youth Leadership Initiatives (AZYLI) facilitate peer-based, person-centered practices, in multiple regions of Arizona.

Indicator:

C.4: Quarterly, at least 3 graduates of Arizona Youth Leadership Initiatives completed mentoring, training, or support activities, with youth who have disabilities, who reside in at least 3 Arizona counties.

Goal D

Goal D: Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council (AZSILC) models strategic, cross-disability, systems change through responsive, innovative practices.

Objective:

D.1: Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council serves as a catalyst for communication between the disability and Emergency and Disaster Preparedness communities.

Indicator:

D.1a: Quarterly, the Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council Emergency Preparedness Committee, which includes a variety of members from across Arizona, convened to advance collective efforts related to both individual and community disaster preparedness.

D.1b: Quarterly, Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council provided information to the Arizona Department of Health Services, in regard to Emergency Preparedness needs for Arizonans who have disabilities.

Objective:

D.2: Resources for access in healthcare settings are disseminated to healthcare practitioners across Arizona.

Indicator:

D.2a: In SPIL Year One, Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council collaborated with partners to create a cohesive package of resource materials aimed at assisting Arizona healthcare practitioners to create avenues for all Arizonans to access healthcare in a safe, dignified, manner.

D.2b: In SPIL Years Two and Three, Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council collaborated with partners to distribute a cohesive set of resource materials to 1,000 healthcare practitioners, across all 15 Arizona counties.

Objective:

D.3: Self-advocacy training in relation to healthcare services is implemented by disability organizations across Arizona.

Indicator:

D.3a: In SPIL Year One, Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council collaborated with partners to create a self-advocacy curriculum, by and for people who have disabilities, specifically in relation to accessing healthcare.

D.3b: In SPIL Years Two and Three, Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council collaborated with partners to train 100 Arizonans who have disabilities, in self-advocacy when accessing healthcare.

Objective:

D.4: To ensure effective organizational operations, Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council employs a collaborative leadership approach, in conjunction with developing, monitoring, and evaluating the State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL).

Indicator:

D.4a: Quarterly, Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council convened to review facts that ensure adequate progress is being made on the State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL).

D.4b: Annually, the Board of Directors of the Statewide Independent Living Council evaluated nonprofit performance, agency shared leadership structure, and organizational sustainability practices.

D.4c: Throughout the SPIL cycle, Arizona Statewide Independent Living Council promoted promising, progressive, best practices, on a state and national level through the development and cultivation of leadership opportunities, partnerships, and mentoring relationships, within the Independent Living Movement.