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What is a Center for Independent Living?
Access To Independence of San Diego, Inc. is a Center for Independent Living, serving people with disabilities in the counties of San Diego, Imperial, and Honolulu. Each branch offers core services that include transition, diversion, peer support, personal assistance, advocacy, and information and referral. In addition to these services, each branch offers unique programs based on the local needs of the community we serve. All of our services are free of charge to all people with a disability regardless of type of disability or age. Access to independence is committed to community integration and advocate on systemic issues in order to create barrier-free communities.
Our Center is unique in that we serve several counties. Our administrative staff is located at 8885 Rio San Diego Drive, Suite 135, San Diego, CA 92108
under the direction of Executive Director, Letty Zuno.
Our goal is to remove barriers and create possibilities for persons with disabilities. We lead with over 45 years of Independent Living and Advocacy experience! We look forward to serving you for years to come.
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Real Impact, Measurable Results
of consumers felt our services helped them increase their independence
of consumers were satisfied overall with our services and would refer us to a friend
consumers were provided with our services from October – September 2018-2019
hours were spent in the community advocating for systematic change on issues ranging from employment to transportation to health care access for people with disabilities
individuals received information and referral services
consumers were transitioned from institutional based settings to community based living with our assistance
independent living goals were met with the assistance of our staff
youth with disabilities were assisted with the transition process to employment, career, and post high school options
-Advocacy Lives Here –