State Plan

Each state and U.S. territory is required to maintain a statewide independent living council (SILC). The Council and the Centers for Independent Living (CILs) within the state develop a State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL). The SPIL is a document required by law that indicates how the IL Network is going to improve independent living services for individuals with disabilities over the next three years. It identifies the needs and priorities of consumers, providers, and other stakeholders and sets forth goals and objectives to respond to them.

Having a strong network for independent living in a state or territory is crucial. Collaborating on the SPIL development can help create a cohesive and unified vision among all stakeholders who have an interest in issues that impact citizens with disabilities.

Read our latest State Plan for IL here as an Adobe Document:

Approved-Final-SPIL-FY21-23 (1)

If you are interested in reading our latest draft for FFY25-27 you can read it here: Draft SPIL FFY25-27

You can submit feedback and suggestions by end of business on April 9, 2024 to