Michigan SILC Needs Assessment

The Michigan Statewide Independent Living Council is conducting an online survey to gather information about programs and services that provide support and opportunities for people who have disabilities to live independently in the community. The information collected will help to assess how programs and services are meeting the needs of people who have disabilities living in Michigan. Results of the survey will provide the Statewide Independent Living Council with the information necessary to work with advocates and policy makers to create new initiatives and to enhance existing services for Michiganders who have disabilities.  Disability Network Northern Michigan invites Michiganders with disabilities, their family members, friends, caregivers and other stakeholders to participate in the online survey. Visit online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/7CTRHYF to access the online survey. Voice what is important to you!  



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