• Accessibility: Potential limitations to access - call for details.Accessible Entrance: Enter through the double doors on I Street near the corner of Fifth Street. Take the elevator to Level B (basement) and follow signs across the courtyard to RIL.Paratransit Drop-off: Stay in the far left lane on I Street. At the Fourth Street stop light, turn left into the alleyway. Go down the hill and make the first left. Drop off in front of parking-bollards at end of the fire lane.
  • Physical Address: 420 I Street, Level B: Suite 3, Sacramento, CA, 95814
  • Mailing Address: 420 I Street, Level B: Suite 3, Sacramento, CA, 95814
  • Description: Services available by appointment only. No walk-ins.An advocacy and resource center for people with disabilities.Core services include: Assistive Technology: working with consumers to identify assistive technology needs and resources, including connecting consumers to Device Lending Library and Voice Options programs. Housing Assistance: assistance with locating affordable and accessible housing. Staff can assist with determining eligibility for housing subsidies and applications for housing assistance programs. Independent Living Skills Training: curriculum focusing on maintaining independence in the community. Currently available through Zoom only. Individual & Systems Advocacy: empowers and supports consumers to overcome barriers to programs and services; helps disability community advocate for inclusive policies, programs, and allocation of resources. Information and Referral: referral to partner agencies for additional resources and assistance. Peer Counseling: opportunities for people with disabilities to meet and receive support. All of the Independent Living Specialists are trained in the peer counseling model. Personal Care Assistance: helps match consumers with personal care providers through QuickMatch. Transition-Institutional Diversion: helps eliminate unnecessary institutionalization of people with disabilities, and reduces the risk of people with disabilities ending up on the streets, incarcerated, or in other restrictive settings like nursing homes. Transition Youth Services: transition age youth mentoring program. Resources for Independent Living does not provide motel vouchers or own, manage, or rent any housing.Accepts donations of gently used assistive technology and devices. Call for more information.
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  • Phone(s): (916) 446-3074, (916) 446-2443
  • Hours: By Appointment Only: Monday through Friday 8:30 am - noon, 1 pm - 5 pm
  • Eligibility: Anyone who self-identifies as a person with a disability, a family with a member who has a disability, or a business wanting to include people with disabilities in their activities.
  • Requirements: No documents required.
  • Areas Served:
    • Sacramento United States
    • Yolo United States
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