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  1. 1. VASILC Home Online Services | Commonwealth Sites | Help | Governor Search Virginia.gov Home Contact Us | Search SILC Centers for Independent Welcome to the VASILC.org Web Site Living Whats New Statewide Independent Living Council Results of the 2009 on-line survey. State Plan for Independent Our Vision Living (SPIL) 2008-2010 Freedom of Information Act Virginia Statewide Independent Living Council: The Commonwealths catalyst for inclusion of people with disabilities. General Assembly Resources Our Mission Meetings & Minutes The Virginia Statewide Independent Living Council will promote policies, programs and activities to maximize independence of people with disabilities by: Action Alerts developing, monitoring, reviewing and evaluating the State Plan for Independent Photo Gallery Living, Who We Are supporting and expanding the state network of Centers for Independent Living, creating a culture for full integration and independence, Statewide Independent Living advocating systems change for full access and equality in community life, Fund educating policy makers and stakeholders about the importance of independent living, Site Index developing a strategy for collaboration among stakeholders in the disability community, leading to full inclusion and independence in the Commonwealth. Virginia launches website describing community living choice project for seniors and individuals with disabilities. Virginia is one of 31 states participating in a five-year, $1.75 billion Money Follows the Person (MFP) Demonstration project designed to create a system of long-term services and supports that assist individuals to transition from certain long-term care institutions into the community. This project supports Virginia’s Olmstead initiative and complements the efforts of the recently awarded Systems Transformation Grant that aims to improve the infrastructure for community-based long-term supports.  Virginia’s MFP project, administered by the Department of Medical Assistance Services, will make over $28 million in federal Medicaid funds available to support Virginia’s seniors and individuals with disabilities. For more details and the most current information on the MFP project, pleasevisit http://www.olmsteadva.com/mfp.   http://www.vasilc.org/[11/9/2009 10:02:19 AM]
  2. 2. VASILC Home State Plan for Independent Living The purpose of the Statewide Independent Living Council is to develop and facilitate a three year State Plan for Independent Living, facilitate the goals and activities within the Plan and distribute Rehabilitation Act Title VII, Part B funds allocated by Congress. The funds are distributed to Virginia through a Federal Formula Grant. The State Plan is continually monitored and revised every three years and must be submitted to the federal government by July 1 of each year. Public input to the planning efforts is welcomed at any time. State Plan Files (Word Format) State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL) 2008-2010 Section 704 Annual Performance Report for State Independent Living Services Program Section 704 annual performance report for STATE INDEPENDENT LIVING SERVICES PROGRAM (Title VII, Chapter 1, Part B of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended) Completed by Designated State Units and Statewide Independent Living Councils 2008 Virginia 704 Report (MS Word) Freedom of Information Act To ensure compliance with the Open Meeting Law, a "Meeting" is defined as "meetings including work sessions, when sitting physically, or through telephonic or video equipment pursuant to State Code 2.2-3708, as a body or entity, or as an informal assemblage of (i) as many as three members or (ii) a quorum, if less than three, of the constituent membership, wherever held, with or without minutes being taken, whether or not votes are cast, of any public body" when the business of the public body" is being discussed or transacted. Any meeting of the public body must (1) provide notice of the meeting (2) must be open to the public, and (3) minutes of the meeting must be taken and preserved. Visit our Freedom of Information Act Page for more. For information please contact: Rhonda Jeter, MS, CRC Council Administrator (804) 662-7059 (Voice) (804) 662-9040 or (800) 464-9950 (TTY) (804) 662-7663 (Fax) Rhonda.Jeter@DRS.Virginia.gov Start of Page · Start of Content · Web Policy For Comments or Questions Concerning this Web Site, contact the VASILC Webmaster © The Virginia Statewide Independent Living Council, Commonwealth of Virginia.    http://www.vasilc.org/[11/9/2009 10:02:19 AM]
  3. 3. VASILC Home This File Was Last Modified: Monday November 02 2009http://www.vasilc.org/[11/9/2009 10:02:19 AM]

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