Options IRCIL offers a large resource database for you to quickly and easily get the information you need. Information regarding topics such as Housing, Civil Rights, ADA, Pets and much more can be found here.
Can't find it? Give us a call and we'll do our best to find an answer and enter it into the resource database.
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Options IRCIL offers a number of service programs through our center as well as through grants and other funding sources.
Here you can find a list of programs and services that are offered as well as events related to them.
- Accessibility Assistance
- Advocacy Services
- Benefits Assistance
- Emergency Management
- Equipment Loaner Closet
- Housing Assistance
- Information and Referral
- Nursing Facility Transition
- Peer Support
- Personal Assistance
- Recreational Groups
- Staying / Aging in Place
- Support Groups
- Swap Shop
- Youth Transition Services
Options: Interstate Resource Center for Independent Living (IRCIL) is a Resource Center for Independent Living. We are a private, nonprofit center that provides services to maximize the independence of individuals with disabilities. We are funded by various State and Federal grants, as well as private donations.
We are a consumer-controlled, community-based, cross-disability, non-residential center that is designed and operated within a local community by individuals with disabilities and provide an array of independent living services . Our services are free of charge to individuals requesting them.
We serve counties in Northeast North Dakota and Northwest Minnesota. For more information on our serving area, click here.
Since October 1986, Options: IRCIL has worked to make our service area a better place to live, work and play for people with disabilities.
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Options sees a world where people with disabilities: enjoy the same human and civil rights as citizens without disabilities; live, attend school, work and play in an integrated accessible community; are respected citizens and community leaders; and face no attitudinal, architectural or communication barriers.