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INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER

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About The (ILC)
Independent
Living Center

We’ve been providing services to seniors and people and families living with disabilities since 1991. Our mission is to ensure that you have a full understanding of your rights, your responsibilities, your options and have the freedom to make your own choices. You can be assured all services ILC offers are confidential, consumer directed, individually tailored, and wide-ranging. Disability and age should not limit your choice or freedom.

Who We Are

Independent Living Center for the Kenai Peninsula, Valdez/Cordova Census area communities and Kodiak Island. An Aging and Disability Resource Center Promoting choice, independence, and quality of life for persons and families living with disability. “Independent Living is a philosophy and a movement of people with disabilities who work for self-determination, equal opportunities and self-respect. Independent Living does not mean that we want to do everything by ourselves and do not need anybody or that we want to live in isolation."

ILC's ADRC staff running an advocate booth for public outreach.
Ylka at Homer harbor accessible dock.
Ylka using accessible boardwalk for Wynn trail.
Painting of Seward train with Alaskan mountain range in background.
Clear aerial view of Kodiak and hillside windmills.
TRAILS outing using the Woz 1000 to assist wheelchair user across rocky beach terrain.
Soldotna Creek Park river view during gorgeous Alaskan day.
Community disability meeting in Soldotna Creek Park.
Sunny Alaskan valley with sweeping pine trees.
Disability Pride Event 2018 group photo.
Disability Pride Event 2018
Amazing TRAILS outing with glacier and Alaskan mountain range in background.
Packed Homer port with breathtaking view of Alaskan mountain range.
Homer TRAILS enjoying a horseback beach ride during beautiful Alaskan day.
Disability Pride Event 2018
Beautiful view of Homer hillside and spit.
Happy wheelchair user enjoying home entry ramp.
Disability Pride logo with many advocates and supporters.
Eagle flies independently across Alaskan mountain range.
Gorgeous aerial view of Cordova and port.


If you are concerned about the safety of a vulnerable person you can report your concern to the Alaska Senior and Disabilities Services Centralized Reporting Unit.  These reports go to the appropriate state agency or agencies to investigate.  These include Adult Protective Services, The Long Term Care Ombudsman, Occupational Licensing and the Office of Children's Services.  Click on the link below for

Centralized Reporting


You can contribute to ILC when you shop at Amazon.com!  Follow the link below to set up your Amazon Smile account to support our non profit when you make purchases!

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The Independent Living Center is a 501c3 non-profit organization. We need your support to maintain our efforts over such a large area!

Contribute to ILC


Log into My Alaska and Pick, Click  & Give to ILC when you apply for your PFD!

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        25 photo(s) Updated on: Thursday, August 04, 2022
        • Gorgeous aerial view of Cordova and port.
        • Eagle flies independently across Alaskan mountain range.
        • Disability Pride logo with many advocates and supporters.
        • Happy wheelchair user enjoying home entry ramp.
        • Beautiful view of Homer hillside and spit.
        • Disability Pride Event 2018
        • Homer TRAILS enjoying a horseback beach ride during beautiful Alaskan day.
        • Packed Homer port with breathtaking view of Alaskan mountain range.
        • Amazing TRAILS outing with glacier and Alaskan mountain range in background.
        • Disability Pride Event 2018
        • Disability Pride Event 2018 group photo.
        • Sunny Alaskan valley with sweeping pine trees.
        • Community disability meeting in Soldotna Creek Park.
        • Soldotna Creek Park river view during gorgeous Alaskan day.
        • TRAILS outing using the Woz 1000 to assist wheelchair user across rocky beach terrain.
        • Clear aerial view of Kodiak and hillside windmills.
        • Painting of Seward train with Alaskan mountain range in background.
        • Ylka using accessible boardwalk for Wynn trail.
        • Ylka at Homer harbor accessible dock.
        • ILC's ADRC staff running an advocate booth for public outreach.
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