Mountain State Centers for Independent Living (MTSTCIL) is a community-based organization providing advocacy, networking, and resources to people with disabilities and their families. The centers are a place where people with disabilities are free to meet, share, learn and plan lives of greater independence and self reliance.
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act, ADA, this image represents the progress made in the first 25 years. We no longer look at people with disabilities as being disabled, but as being able. Join us as we celebrate.
Eric Miller was hired as a package handler at the FedEx terminal in Beaver, WV through the Employment Services Division. One month later he is awarded the Exemplary Employee of the Month. Read more.
Advocacy is the core of our organization. We believe that by focusing on advocacy and teaching people with disabilities self-advocacy skills, our vision and mission can be achieved. Visit the Advocacy in Action section.
By raising the community's level of awareness about disabilities, our centers have the unique distinction of being both a resource for individuals and an advocacy organization in the community.
Mountain State Centers for Independent Living
821 Fourth Avenue
Huntington, WV 25701
Toll free: 866-MTSTCIL (866-687-8245)
The Mountain State Centers for Independent Living Web site development and maintenance is made possible by a generous grant from the West Virginia Division of Rehabilitation Services. We invite you to Make a Donation Online to support this Web site.
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Need help? Call 304-525-3324.
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