Posted in March 2022

Check us out in the Rome News-Tribune!

We’ve got a stellar story in the Rome News-Tribune this week! You can read the article by following this link: NWGA Center for Independent Living offers services and technology to support locals. Big thank you to Imani Beverly-Knox and the Rome News-Tribune for helping us get the word out!

It’s Time for “You and Your Money”!

We’ll be holding our free financial literacy course, “You and Your Money”, all four Thursdays in April. If you’re interested in joining, please email choltzclaw@nwgacil.org or call us at 706-314-0008. Know someone who might be interested? Share this post! See the flyer below for full info.

Reminder: We’re hiring!

Independent Living Coordinator Part-time position. REQUIREMENTS: Living independently with a disability. SUMMARY: Coordinates independent living goals for consumers at their request by providing the center’s four (4) core services of advocacy, information and referral, independent living skills training and peer support within the fifteen (15) county service area of Northwest Georgia. Assists in providing outreach … Continue reading

Happy Transit Driver Appreciation Day!

March 18th is Transit Driver Appreciation Day, and NWGA CIL would like to extend our sincere thanks to all transit drivers, most especially those in our 15-county service area! Public transit and equal access to it is a critical part of the lives of people who have disabilities. Without this service, so many people–especially those … Continue reading

Tomorrow: Transportation Town Hall!

Getting from here to beyond! And we need your feedback on how to do it! Even before the COVID-19 Pandemic, transportation was one of the most critically lacking areas for our communities. This is your chance to provide us with your views on what needs to change and how! Transportation Town Hall Wednesday, March 16th … Continue reading

Spotlight: Paulding

NWGA CIL is (virtually) coming to Paulding County! We’re inviting all people with disabilities, agencies, nursing home facilities, youth organizations, and other interested citizens to attend. Come learn how our services can assist you, including how we can help those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic! Wednesday, March 30th at 2pmVia Zoom or Phone Please contact … Continue reading

Transportation Town Hall, March 16th

Getting from here to beyond! And we need your feedback on how to do it! Even before the COVID-19 Pandemic, transportation was one of the most critically lacking areas for our communities. This is your chance to provide us with your views on what needs to change and how! Transportation Town Hall Wednesday, March 16th … Continue reading

Join Us for Our “Peer Hour”!

Join us on Monday, March 14th for our virtual peer group, The Peer Hour! Via Zoom or phone at 2pm, all are welcome to attend this one-hour peer group for people who have disabilities! This is a chance to share things happening in your life with our certified Peer Supporter staff members and others from … Continue reading

We’re hiring!

Independent Living Coordinator Part-time position. REQUIREMENTS: Living independently with a disability. SUMMARY: Coordinates independent living goals for consumers at their request by providing the center’s four (4) core services of advocacy, information and referral, independent living skills training and peer support within the fifteen (15) county service area of Northwest Georgia. Assists in providing outreach … Continue reading