Independent Living Center
of Southern California, Inc.
“The Independent Living Center of Southern California (ILCSC) is a 501 (c)(3) non-residential non-profit organization providing a wide range of essential services to persons
with all types of disabilities – including Youth, Older Adults and Veterans.
ILCSC is working towards a world without barriers.”
(WE WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY – 11/26/20 thru 11/27/20)
Staff are available to take your calls (Mon. – Fri. 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM).
The ILCSC is providing most services remotely during the COVID-19 emergency.
Van Nuys: (818) 988-9525
Lancaster: (661) 942-9726
Latest Emergency Information For
Los Angeles County
(click on links below)
– Employment Opportunity –
ILCSC Executive Director
(download information below…)
If you have a Pandemic Healthcare Rights related question, as a person with a disability, contact the ILCSC Systems Advocacy Supervisor…at (818) 988-9525 (Van Nuys) or (661) 942-9726 (Lancaster).
*The ILCSC reminds you to wear a mask (unless you have a disability that makes this not possible) when you are in contact with others and keep a social distance of at least 6 feet apart. Keep yourself and others safe!
‘Your Path to Independence’
Computer Skills Training
Meal Planning & Preparation Classes
ILCSC Elder Abuse Red Flags Booklet
ILCSC Services in Numbers
Locations To Serve You
PROVIDING VITAL SERVICES FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES…
“A client with a Traumatic Brain Injury, with the assistance of his ILCSC Case Manager, obtained a position as an Electronic Associate…just a few years after experiencing his accident. He was very excited about working again and interacting with the public as a professional. This opportunity helped him assess his capabilities, and to put into perspective his goals and support in determining suitable employment in the future.“
You may donate by clicking on the PayPal button above, or by sending a check (made payable to ILCSC).
Mail to: ILCSC, 14141 Haynes Street, Van Nuys, CA 91401
The ILCSC is a 501 (c)(3) organization. Your donations are tax deductible, as allowed by law.
“I gained many new skills to help me live independently. I am now working and have a very full life.”
“I have learned how to do resumes, thank you letters, how to prepare for job interviews, and job readiness. How to be independent.”
“I am more ready for the workforce, than I ever have been. I have gained a lot of confidence about me.“