The Center for Independent Living of Middle Tennessee is a non-profit agency which guides people with various disabilities to agencies and services that will help bring about the most independent lifestyle.
Mission: “To ensure that persons with disabilities have the opportunity to achieve their own vision of independence in an inclusive and integrated community.”
The CIL host peer group for young adults with disabilities 18 and over who are transitioning into adulthood. The group focuses on topics such as employment, housing, etc. for information contact Emily Hoskins at: 615-292-5803
Please check our Events and Classes page for up-coming Jobs Fair dates and locations and information about various disability meetings and conferences.
There are 1 million individuals with disabilities in Tennessee, and one of their biggest struggles is finding housing that is both affordable and accessible.
Opening the Door to Accessible, Affordable Housing
CIL employees, left to right, Dylan Brown, Renee Lopez and Emily Hoskins with Marley rolling along the pedestrian bridge in Nashville, TN.