The WILL Center is seeking Volunteers to help in the office. Tasks may include front desk receptionist, answering phones, signing in consumers, compiling consumer files, and other office assistance. For further information, please contact the center’s Front Desk / Social Media staff member; Randy Berg B.S.W. at 812-298-9455 or at email@example.com.
The center is also seeking volunteers to help our Ramps for Freedom program in building wheelchair ramps in the 2020 season. Ramp construction will begin in the spring of 2020. The WILL Center builds wheelchair ramps in Vigo, Clay, Vermillion, Parke, Putnam, & Owen Counties. For further information, please contact; Danny Grissom (The Ramps for Freedom Program / Home Modification Coordinator) at 812-298-9455 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On behalf of our partners with Servants at Work, Inc, our many volunteers and the people who receive a custom-built wheelchair ramp that allows them full access to their home, we at The WILL Center extend our gratitude to the Duke Energy Foundation for its generous contribution to our project. Their interest in creating more inclusive, livable communities is clearly visible in their support. We can’t thank them enough.
Welcome to The Wabash Independent Living and Learning Center
The WILL Center is a nonprofit, community based, nonresidential organization that is run by and for people with disabilities and provides the following services:
- Individual Advocacy
- Systems Advocacy
- Information and Referral
- Independent Living Skills Training
- Assistive Technology Information
- ADA Information
- Peer Counseling
Serving:CLAY, PARKE, PUTNAM, VERMILLION, OWEN, & VIGO COUNTIES IN WEST CENTRAL INDIANA
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Low Vision Program (Chapter Two)
The Older Blind and Visually Impaired program (Chapter 2) assists people aged 55 and older who are experiencing issues associated with visual impairment. All Chapter 2 services are provided free of charge.
Sight Loss Support Groups
During these meetings individuals and family members are introduced to resources, low vision aids and peers who are visually impaired. During the meetings guest speakers provide the latest information in the field of visual impairment.