To maintain a safe work environment for our consumers, staff and community, TARP Center for Independent Living staff members are currently working remotely. We are monitoring the information from health officials about the coronavirus (COVID- 19) and will notify you of any changes.
Currently we have cancelled all face to face appointments, drop-ins, and group events until further notice.
Although our doors are locked, we are continuing as many services as possible.
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What does TARP Stand for?
T- Training of Independent Living Skills and Transition
A- Advocacy for Individuals and Systems
R- Referral and Information
P- Peer Counseling
What is a Center for Independent Living?
The term "Center for Independent Living" or CIL means a consumer–controlled, community–based, cross–disability, nonresidential, private, nonprofit agency that is designed and operated within a local community by individuals with disabilities and provides an array of independent living services.