ILO Policies

ILO’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Policy Statement

The Integrated Living Opportunities Program does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of age, ancestry, national origin, color, disability, income, gender identity, marital status, race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation in matters affecting employment or in providing access to programs, activities and operations.

Mandated Reporter

All ILO staff are considered to be Mandated reporters and obligated under State law to report concerns for safety. This means if an ILO staff member has concerns about abuse, neglect, self-neglect or exploitation of adults who lack the physical or mental capacity to provide for their daily needs, the ILO staff member will do the following: bring the concern to the ILO Director of Programming who will assess and possibly report the concern to the local HHS Department of Social Services for investigation. ILO staff will communicate with family members regarding concerns, developing a safety plan and next steps. Examples of concerns; suicidal ideations expressed to staff or other self-advocates, actions of self harm, expressions to hurt another person, any sexual abuse or non-consensual sexual activity, financial exploitation of self advocate, neglect of self-advocate.


It's True - ALL of ILO's Fees Can be Paid Using Self-Directed Funds

Transition to Independent Living the ILO Way!

Your loved one can join ILO and be part of a Community POD where they have social connections through vibrant activities and support from ILO staff in building peer-to-peer relationships and helping them grow their independent living skills.

All ILO Fees can be paid with one’s self-directed budget. Learn more HERE.

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