State Plan for Independent Living

The State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL) is a three-year strategic plan that provides the framework for the delivery of Independent Living services in Texas.

Texas Peer Assistance and Leadership (PAL)

Launched to coordinate peer support services offered by Texans with developmental disabilities living in state-supported living centers, nursing homes, or intermediate care facilities. Texas SILC has partnered with both Valley Association for Independent Living (VAIL) and Disability In Action (DIA) to provide direct services.

The Inclusive Services for Survivors in Texas Project (ISST)

ISST project is a collaboration between Texas SILC and its partner, Texas Association Against Sexual Assault, with the goal of increasing supports and services for sexual assault survivors with disabilities. 

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Public Health Workforce (PHWF)

The Texas State Independent Living Council (SILC) partners with Centers for Independent Living throughout Texas to educate, train, and provide technical assistance for people with disabilities to gain access to COVID–19 immunizations to protect and reduce their risk of infections.