Lake County Center for Independent Living (LCCIL) is a non-residential, cross-disability organization governed and staffed by a majority of people with disabilities. We advocate for a fully accessible society that is inclusive of everyone. LCCIL believes that the disability community must have the freedom and opportunity to control our own lives.
MISSION AND VALUES
It is LCCIL's mission to empower people with disabilities to lead self-directed lives as valued members of the community.
We achieve our mission through programs within five core services:
WHO WE SERVE
LCCIL has served persons with disabilities in Lake County since 1990 and those in McHenry County since 2012. We are a cross-disability organization, which means we serve anyone with any disability, of any age. Our services are free and we encourage you to check out our Services page to see what we offer.
LCCIL Board Members
Walter (Jerry) Kendall – President
Don Newby – Vice President
Sue Triphan - Treasurer
Greg Battle - Director
Laura Dietz - Director
Lilly Farmer - Director
Joseph Hamlett - Director
James Kavanaugh - Director
Audrey Kirkpatrick - Director
If you are interested in joining the Board of Directors, please contact the Executive Director.
(The Board of Directors are voluntary, decision-making positions.)
We model a grassroots approach to systemic issues and encourage consumers to take a lead role in individual and community advocacy initiatives. Click our Advocacy In Action page, to see how you can learn more about our advocacy initiatives and how you can get involved.
Take a look at our 2015-2019 strategic plan to learn more about our goals and objectives in the coming years.