CILCP is here to help you Live Well With A Disability

CILCP is here to help you Live Well With A Disability

Overview of services
and programs

The Center for Independent Living of Central Pennsylvania (CILCP) offers the following programs and services to help individuals Live Well With their Disabilities:

Home Modifications & Access Services:

CILCP provides Home Modifications & Access Services to individuals with disabilities so they can access their entire home in safe manner, which will increase independence and lower the threat of injury. Home Modifications range from bathroom renovations to ramps, lifts, and assistive railings.

DeafBlind Living Well Services:

CILCP coordinates Support Service Providers to offer visual and environmental information, human guide services, and community accessibility for people who are deafblind in the state of Pennsylvania.

Health and Wellness:

CILCP educates participants with disabilities on health and wellness, and encourages them to pursue a healthy lifestyle in order to improve their quality of life. CILCP has a fully accessible Living Well Fitness Center for participating members to use. Participants are encouraged to visit the Fitness Center regularly, to increase their strength and mobility.

Specialized Services:

Community Services Program for People with Physical Disabilities (CSPPPD) provides supportive services, community integration, and peer support for eligible residents receiving services in skilled nursing facilities.

Living Well With A Disability:

The Living Well With A Disability Program begins with a 360 Assessment, to identify the barriers impacting an individual’s quality of life. Then, CILCP develops a Living Well Plan, which includes action steps and resources available to overcome the barriers preventing the individual from living well.

Living Well Transport Services:

CILCP transport services are currently available to people with disabilities in numerous counties in Pennsylvania. CILCP’s vision is to build a fleet of vehicles, based on demand, to transport people with disabilities to both scheduled appointments and everyday destinations, across the state of Pennsylvania.

Consultation & Trainings:

CILCP offers a variety of consultation services and trainings to businesses and agencies that wish to increase their accessibility and expand their disability knowledge.

Services offered through CILCP’s Live Well Allies:

Live Well Allies consist of agencies and businesses that have incorporated the Living Well Philosophy into their day-to-day operations and have a shared vision with the CILCP.

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HomeCare Living Well Services

HomeCare for Living Well provides in-home, non-medical attendant care services for people with disabilities. Attendants assist with everyday tasks such as home-making and personal care, while providing companionship.

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Living Well Your Way

Living Well Your Way (LWYW) is a non-profit 501(c)3 whose mission is to empower people with disabilities to live well by providing quality service coordination Definition found here.. LWYW works with participants to identify and organize all necessary services to live well in the community. Services include: medical, social, advocacy, service arrangement, and identification of local resources.

Beverly and Bill LaVia

Beverly LaVia

“We did not think this house could be made accessible. We were too emotionally caught-up that we could not see where things could be modified, and with their expertise—they could!”

Karren Gilchrist

Karren Gilchrist

“They knew I was in a depression. And they made sure that I understood that there was someone there for me.”

Ahmed Mohasseb

Ahmed Mohasseb

“The Center for Independent Living of Central Pennsylvania helped me a lot. Now, I live well with my disability. In fact, I often forget that I have a disability. I work hard and do the things I am able to do.”

Karen Myers

Karen Myers

“I had an appointment and I’m thinking, ‘okay, how am I going to get all of the way there?’ The Center has a van and they decided to help me out.”

Marsha Drenth

Marsha Drenth

“My favorite part of the job is that I help other people become more independent.”

Jessica Marquez-Gates

Jessica Marquez-Gates

“Having an attendant makes me feel safe. I’m not afraid anymore.”

More information about CILCP

For more information about the services and programs offered through the Center for Independent Living of Central Pennsylvania, and how we are impacting the lives of people with disabilities, visit

Contact information

Center for Independent Living of Central PA
207 House Avenue, Suite 107
Camp Hill, PA 17011

Phone: 717.731.1900
Fax: 717.731.8521

Center for Independent Living of Central PA

207 House Ave, Suite 107
Camp Hill, PA 17011, USA


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