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Empowering Independence

Southwest Idaho's Center for Independent Living

Independent living is the idea that people with disabilities are the best experts on our own needs. That we have a valuable perspective to contribute and deserve equal opportunity to decide how to live, work, and take part in our communities. Independent living means having the opportunity and resources to live the life of our choosing.

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We're Hiring

Are you an Idahoan with a disability or older adult looking for in-home care? Do you want to set your own schedule and direct your own caregiver? Do you have a family member or friend who would like to be paid to provide your care? LINC is the premier agency providing self-directed home and community-based support services so that you can stay in your own home, in your own community, on your own terms.

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Want to stay up to date on disability-related issues, people, and activities in Idaho? Check out the independent living media and social content below.

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Tune in to LINC's flagship podcast exploring disability issues in the State of Idaho and beyond. Episodes drop every other Monday morning.

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Check out Idaho's very own independent living newsletter! This monthly online publication highlights news, events, people, and issues of disability across Idaho.

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We believe that all Idahoans have the right to speak up for ourselves, to choose the services we want, and to change our society for the better. Become a self-advocate through LINC's Self-Advocacy and Leadership Training Program. SALT is a nine-week course open to everyone!

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Operation Advocacy is LINC's annual Legislative day of advocacy in conjunction with the Consortium of Idahoans with Disabilities Fred Riggers Disability Awareness Day activities. OA involves a training, followed by meeting and educating Idaho State Legislators on issues.

Join the campaign to strengthen Idaho's direct care workforce! The direct care worker crisis is just that - a crisis with extreme ethical, moral, and financial consequences. If we don't take action now, the lives of direct care workers and the people they support could be at risk.

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Special Deals

Our rural communities are some of what make Idaho such an amazing state to live. The people, culture, and landscape of Idaho's small towns are at the core of our State's values and economy. Many of these communities are also some of the hardest to serve. LINC is upping our outreach game and heading to hills to learn about our rural towns, the people that make them great, and what our Center can do to empower people with disabilities across the lifespan to live the life of their choosing!

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