Welcome to the new CCCIL website!
We are excited about our website's new design! It has been redesigned to enhance the overall usability and accessibility to our visitors with disabilities.
CCCIL promotes the independence of people with disabilities by supporting their equal and full participation in life. CCCIL provides advocacy, education and support to people with disabilities, their families and the community. CCCIL is one of a nationwide network of Centers for Independent Living whose philosophy is that we who have disabilities have the right to control our lives and make our own choices.
CCCIL provides the following services: Information and Referral; Individual and Systems Change Advocacy; Benefits Counseling, Housing Assistance; Personal Assistance Services; Peer Support; Independent Living Skills Training; and Assistive Technology, to persons with disabilities who live in the counties of Santa Cruz, Monterey, and San Benito.
Additionally, CCCIL runs the New Options Traumatic Brain Injury Project, one of seven demonstration project sites in California.
I want to explore,
- Living Independently in the community
- Employment Options for Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Working & Living with a Mental Disability
- How I can Get Involved, and offer my support to CCCIL and even give a donation
- Devices and Gadgets to maintain my independence
- Hiring or becoming a Personal Assistant
- Living Independently with a Traumatic Brain Injury
Our Board of Directors
Jennifer Williams, President
One in five people has a disability – and with the "Age Boom" – this number will rapidly increase.
At the Central Coast Center for Independent Living (CCCIL), we are passionate about helping those of us living with disabilities to make our own choices and participate fully in our communities.
CCCIL is part of a nationwide network of Centers for Independent Living (CIL) – 1 of 29 in California – and is the only organization on the Central Coast serving people of all ages with all forms of disabilities in Santa Cruz, Monterey and San Benito Counties.
CCCIL's highly trained staff partners with people with disabilities by providing advocacy, tools, information, resources and support to set in motion each consumer's ability to secure benefits, accessible housing, personal assistance services and assistive technology.
This website was redesigned to enhance the overall usability and accessibility to our visitors with disabilities. Please share your ideas for improvements and be sure to Contact Us if you have any difficulty accessing any of the content.
Please join our movement today by making a tax-deductible donation to support disabilities equality on the Central coast!
Jennifer L. Williams