Independent living services are available to assist people with disabilities to achieve the goals each individual sets for themselves.These services can be provided in a one-to-one or group setting.

Consumer control means consumers have a responsibility to make decisions about their own life, set their own goals and choose which services or assistance to use.

Independent Living Skills Training

Designed to assist in developing or enhancing personal daily living skills to attain or maintain the desired level of independent functioning.


Provided on an individual, community, and systems level. Consumers can request assistance in advocating for specific needs or services.

Peer Counseling

Provided on a cross-disability basis for groups or individually. Peer services are provided by persons with disabilities who are willing to share their unique insight, knowledge and skills with others.

Information Referral & Assistance

This service is available to anyone interested in securing disability-related information or in
accessing an appropriate resource referral. General information available through SWCIL represents local, regional, statewide, and national resources.

SWCIL Services

Click on the links below for more information on programs and services:

Community Supports (CDCS)
Ramp Program
Veteran Services
Youth Transition Services

Contact SWCIL


(507) 532-2221 (V/TTY)

Toll Free:

(800) 422-1485 (V/TTY)


(507) 532-2222


109 South Fifth Street, Suite 700 Marshall, MN 56258