Monthly Archives: May 2016

Wyoming’s State Plan for Independent Living

Every three years, Wyoming’s State Independent Living Council (SILC) develops a plan known as the State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL). The SPIL’s primary purpose is to establish goals and objectives to increase opportunities for individuals with a disability across Wyoming. These goals and objectives are developed based on information gathered through the Centers for Independent Living’s field work and internal data, input from the community through surveys and focus groups, and input from the members of the SILC Board.

To view the new SPIL: Click Here to view the document.

The State Independent Living Council is composed of individuals from across Wyoming who wish to work to increase opportunities for, and remover barriers to, individuals with a disability. This council is always interested in adding new members who are passionate about these issues. For more information on the SILC Board or to offer input on the SPIL, please use the “Contact Us” feature on the menu bar.