Transitional Paths to Independent Living

Transitional Paths to Independent Living (TRPIL) is a membership based Center for Independent Living operated by the local community of people with disabilities. We bring together individuals who face common barriers. Our Programs include Peer Support, Home Care and Nursing Home Transition, Youth Programs, Advocacy, and Information on equal access, assistive technology, education, employment, housing, and transportation. Through our affiliate TRPIL Community Services, we provide Medicaid based Home and Community Based Services. Become a Member and a Supporter.

“Save the Date”

To learn more about our 6th Annual Virtual Walk*Run*Roll*5K or to register, click HERE!

Why TRPIL Matters – Mary Patrick


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Direct Care Worker Information & Updates


ATTENTION ATTENDANTS!

Did you know that there is a TRPIL/VFI Facebook Resource Group Page just for attendants? This group was set up to provide our attendants valuable information. Our CEO, Shona Eakin holds virtual “Town Hall” meetings to provide our attendants information such as where the distribution of PPE will be, changes and upcoming events that affects our attendants and also for you to ask the CEO questions. Since this is a private group, you MUST join the group to participate. Just click THIS LINK to join the group. If you are having trouble joining, please email Patrick by clicking HERE!


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We have some important news to share with you! Click HERE for more details

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MATP Brokerage is Delayed!

Our efforts have made a difference! Click HERE for more information.


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Newsletter & Membership Calendar
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Click HERE to view our 2018 Progress Report.
Click HERE to view our 2018 Case Statement.


Learn about our Wilkins Township Office

TRPIL Mission

Transitional Paths to Independent Living affirms Liberty and Justice for all people with disabilities.