What is the State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL)?
The document describes Michigan’s State Independent Living Services / Centers for Independent Living (SILS/CIL) program and outlines plans for Fiscal Years (FYs) 2011-2013. It will be jointly developed by the State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL) Partners, in consultation with CILs, their association (DN/M), and other partners.
The SPIL Partners include the Statewide Independent Living Council (SILC) and the two Designated State Units – Michigan Rehabilitation Services (MRS) and the Bureau of Services to Blind Persons (BSBP). As developed by the SPIL Partners, the SPIL sets the values, principles, and policy framework for the state’s SILS/CIL program. The SPIL partners, in consultation with Michigan’s 15 CILs, their association (DN/M), and other IL partners, provide ongoing direction for implementation of the SPIL and operation of the program.
The 2014-2016 Michigan State Plan for Independent Living is available for download in Word format:
2017-2019 Michigan State Plan for Independnet Living (Approved, goes into effect October 1, 2016)
Additional formats are available upon request to the SILC Office at 517-371-4872 or click here for other contact information.