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Support Yourself

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Hi, Our Louisville office phones and fax are still experiencing problems. We apologize and hope to have it resolved soon. Our 502-589-6620 number is still not ported/switched to the new location and we don’t know when that will be resolved. It is out of our hands and in AT&T’s hands. But in the meantime, we do have another phone number until we get our old one back. The temporary number is 502-792-0620 until our regular phone number is ported/restored. Our emails are working correctly. Also, please feel free to visit our new Louisville location at 501 S 2nd Street, Suite 200.

Independence is its own reward

Welcome

The Center for Accessible Living is Kentucky’s first Independent Living Center. With offices located in Louisville and Murray, its services span the entire state of Kentucky. The Center for Accessible Living (CAL) is a private, non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization.

CAL is a disability rights and resource center for people with disabilities, governed by people with disabilities. Services are offered to individuals with all types of disabilities. Our experienced staff provides information, advocacy and services that create opportunities for people with disabilities to live as independently as possible.

Mission

The Center for Accessible Living is an innovative leader in empowering all people to achieve their goal of independent living while involving the entire community.

Independent Living

“Independent Living does not mean that we want to do everything by ourselves, do not need anybody or like to live in isolation. Independent Living means that we demand the same choices and control in our every-day lives that our non-disabled brothers and sisters, neighbors and friends take for granted. We want to grow up in our families, go to the neighborhood school, use the same bus as our neighbors; work in jobs that are in line with our education and interests, and raise families of our own. We are profoundly ordinary people sharing the same need to feel included, recognized and loved.”
- Dr. Adolf Ratzka

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