NJACIL New Jersey Association of Centers for Independent Living.
The Official Homepage for Nursing Facility Transition Resources.

• Developing a Peer Network
• Getting Started on Transitioning
• Preparing You for the Unexpected
• Housing Preparation/Planning
• Connecting You with Helpful
Agencies or Services
• Providing Planning Tools
• Recreational Opportunities
• Money Management
• Support Groups
• Assistance in Finding Personal
• Assistance in Finding Legal Help
• Helping You Navigate Your Independent Life
• Assisting in Transportation/Mobility Issues
• Meal Planning
• Career/Volunteer Advice
• Getting Back to Life On Your Own

What Are Centers for Independent Living?
Centers for Independent Living (CILs) are consumer-driven organizations, owned and operated by individuals with disabilities. New Jersey has a network of 12 CILs that provide the core services of Information and Referral, Peer Support, Independent Living Skills Training, and Advocacy.

These services are offered to people with a wide range of disabilities with the goal of promoting self-choice, self-direction, and self-reliance in an inclusive society that offers equal rights to all.

NJACIL News and Updates
• Mainstream Housing Vouchers