All SAIL offices are open to provide Independent Living Services.
Per the directives of Phase 4 of the state’s Restore Illinois Plan,
all visitors MUST wear a face covering before entering a SAIL office building.
Soyland Access to Independent Living
SAIL is a non-profit consumer controlled and consumer driven organization, which provides independent living services to all people with disabilities.
What is a center for independent living?
Centers for Independent Living serve people with disabilities. Centers for Independent Living are community-based, not-for-profit, non-residential organizations that serve people of any age with any type of disability. People with disabilities (consumers) control Centers for Independent Living.
Opened in 1992, SAIL serves people with disabilities, their families and communities in Macon, Moultrie, Shelby, Coles, Clark and Cumberland counties.
Core Independent Living Services
SAIL services focus on both youth with disabilities preparing for independent living and individuals with disabilities living in nursing facilities as they transition to living independently in the community.
SAIL advocates for persons with disabilities and provides referrals for resources.
SAIL provides language assistance services upon request.