Southern Nevada Center for Independent Living (SNCIL) is a Las Vegas-based non-profit organization serving nearly 4,000 disabled residents in southern Nevada. Any individual whose significant disability is creating a barrier toward independent living in the family, community or workplace, may receive services from SNCIL including information and referral, independent living skills training, peer counseling, advocacy, benefits counseling, adaptive equipment, housing and transportation, Americans with Disabilities (ADA) technical assistance and public awareness and community education. The majority of board members and staff are individuals with severe disabilities, bringing special knowledge and insight to addressing the needs of the community they serve.
SNCIL serves the disability community throughout southern Nevada from two locations: one in Las Vegas serving the metropolitan area and one in North Las Vegas serving that city as well as rural southern Nevada. Funding for SNCIL programs is provided through grants from the Department of Education Rehabilitation Service Administration, fees for services, anddonations.