The Center for Independent Living of Middle Tennessee

by the people,

for the people

we also offer...

SENSITIVITY TRAINING

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Metro  Govt., Nashville Electric Service (NES), Metro & Davidson Co. Schools, Vanderbilt University & VU Medical Center
CILMT Code:  11054
State Employees and TECC
CILMT Code: CS400
Federal Employees and CFC
CILMT Code: 15907
TN Board of Regents
CILMT Code: C02-054


CILMTN provides persons with disabilities opportunities to be self advocates, make their own decisions regarding living arrangements, means of transportation, employment, social and recreational activities, as well as other aspects of everyday life.


Specifically, we...


  • Teach consumers to use technological equipment and software (please inquire about loaner equipment!)

  • Partner with area businesses and other agencies  to promote equal access through education and advocacy activities

  • Explain how working will impact SSI or SSDI benefits

  • Mentor in a peer to peer method

  • Inform the public of important, upcoming disability-related events



The Center for Independent Living of Middle Tennessee (CILMTN) serves a multi-county area in the central portion of Tennessee. This area includes Davidson, Cheatham, Wilson, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, and Williamson Counties.



WHAT WE DO

Phone (615) 292-5803                   Toll Free: (866) 992-4568                   TDD: (615) 292-7790                  Fax:  (615) 383-1176


ADVOCACY

Assisting you in becoming
your own best advocate
since 1992!

GoBabygo! Music City



Is not only our fastest growing program, but also one of the most rewarding for us to be involved in. So far one child has been fitted with a car, and on November 15th there will be another build!

           MR. Deakins


After 3 long months of advocating for her father and researching home modification companies, The CIL was able to help Stacy and her father finance a new wheelchair ramp!

             MARTEZ


That's the smile of someone whose long wait for a place to call home is finally over! Congratulations, Martez!

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