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SPIL

State Plan for Independent Living (SPIL)

States wishing to receive funding for independent living programs are required to submit a three-year SPIL to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration on Community Living (ACL). In Wisconsin, the Independent Living Council of Wisconsin (ILCW) and directors of the eight Independent Living Centers (ILCs) work together to develop the SPIL. ILCW is an independent entity responsible for monitoring, reviewing, and evaluating the implementation of the SPIL.

 

SPIL Amendment

In October 2022, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Community Living (ACL) extended the State Plan for Independent Living by one Federal Fiscal Year. The proposed changes and amendments reflect the additional year. ILCW has proposed amendments to the SPIL to extend the plan by one year. Additional changes are as follows:

  • Narratives changed to reflect updated information for Federal Fiscal Years 2023 and 2024.
  • Funding tables updated to include Federal Fiscal Years 2023 and 2024
  • Dates changed to include Federal Fiscal Year 2024.
  • Data Sources for Objective 3.3, Indicator 3.2, “Number of annual consumer barrier surveys completed” now includes:
    • Annual consumer barriers survey data (included before amendment.)
    • Wisconsin Coalition of Independent Living Centers (WCILC) quarterly reports (included before amendment.)
    • Number of Independent Living Center (ILC)/Statewide Independent Living Council (SILC) staff and board members engaged in systems advocacy (added for amendment.)
    • Number of consumers that identify advocacy goals in Independent Living Plans (ILPs) (added for amendment.)
  • North Country Independent Living name changed to indiGO

View the full 2021-2024 SPIL here: /wp-content/uploads/2023/03/Wisconsin-2021-2024-State-Plan-for-Independent.pdf

 

Notice of Public hearing

Public Comment Period and Public Hearing

 ILCW is currently accepting comments and feedback on the Wisconsin SPIL 2021-2024 Amendment from March 6, 2023 through April 6, 2023.

ILCW is hosting a public hearing on April 6, 2023 to give the public an opportunity to provide input and on the Wisconsin SPIL, 2021–2024, Amendment. Comments and feedback will be documented and, if possible, incorporated into the SPIL amendment.

The public hearing will be held:

Thursday, April 6, 2023
11:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M.
Access to Independence – Conference Room
3810 Milwaukee Street
Madison, WI 53714

The public hearing will also be available via Zoom and via teleconference.

Join by Zoom:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82341154977

Join by Phone:

Phone Number: (312) 262-6799 or toll-free 1-888-788-0099
Meeting ID: 823 4115 4977

If you are unable to attend the public hearing and would like to have input on the SPIL 2021-2024 Amendment, you can submit comments from March 6, 2023 through April 6, 2023,  via:

ILCW
Attn: SPIL Comments
3810 Milwaukee Street
Madison, WI 53714

Public comments and feedback for the SPIL amendment will be reviewed and addressed in the plan as appropriate. The Wisconsin State Independent Living Council is committed to using the comments and feedback received on the plan in multiple ways—including implementation of the SPIL. Even if every comment is not reflected in the final plan, comments, and feedback have been heard and considered.

If you have questions or accessibility issues, please contact Tyler Wilcox, Program Coordinator, at (608) 575-9293 or [email protected].

View State Plan

Please provide comments on the 2021-2024 SPIL Amendments

2021-2024 WI SPIL Feedback Form

Written comments can also be sent to:

ILCW
Attn: SPIL Comments
3810 Milwaukee St Madison, WI 53714