What is SAIL?

SAIL is one of 23 Centers for Independent Living in the state of Illinois, which provides “independent living” access through all aspects of society. SAIL is a non-profit consumer controlled and consumer driven organization, which provides access through four-core independent living programs and services in the areas of:

  • Advocacy
  • Independent Living Skills Training
  • Information and Referral
  • Peer Mentoring and Counseling

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    Mission Statement
    As an advocacy agency, Soyland Access to Independent Living (SAIL) is a community-based, non-residential Center for Independent Living (CIL). Its purpose is to promote and practice independent living for all people with disabilities.

    The organization strives to encourage and assist people with disabilities to gain effective control of their lives by participation in all aspects of society to their fullest extent possible, especially in performing routine daily activities.

    The organization promotes personal dignity of people with disabilities and develops community awareness by providing training, direct services and information.

    Contact Information

    Jeri J. Wooters
    Executive Director

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    Main Office:
    2449 Federal Drive
    Decatur, Illinois 62526
    217-876-8888 V/TTY  800-358-8080 V/TTY
    (217) 876-7245 FAX