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CIL Announces New Collaboration with Survivors' Pathway
The CIL of South Florida is pleased to announce a new, innovative partnership with Survivors' Pathway (http://survivorspathway.org/ ) to serve persons with disabilities who are members of the LGBTQI community in Miami Dade County. Survivors' Pathway, based in Coral Gables, provides counseling and advocacy services for LGBTQI survivors of domestic violence, intimate partner violence, sexual abuse, human trafficking and other forms of victimization. They have successfully provided annual services to 300 Latino women survivors of domestic violence, sexual abuse and human trafficking. For more information click here.
National Disability Mentoring Day
CIL wants to thank Publix, Comprehensive Rehabilitation Consultants, Verizon Terremark, Olive Garden and Pep Boys for their support this year. CIL staff and consumers visited some of their South Florida locations and learned about the employment, services and accommodations these two employers provide to both consumers and staff. Visit our photo gallery.
Are you a Visionary?
Can we count on you right now to help us increase the well-being, confidence and health of those with disabilities who want to live independently? Your support has made us a strong, effective voice for people with disabilities. Please consider joining our Circle of Visionaries who believe as we do, that everyone with a disability deserves to be treated as an equal member of society with all of the rights and privileges of living in America.
Get Involved Exceptional volunteers move the mission of CIL of S. FL forward by serving on our Board of Directors and Disability Advocacy Council, by advocating at community meetings and engaging in citizen actions, by participating in demonstrations and rallies, by fundraising, and writing grant proposals for the Center. Get involved! Call us today.