When Sara Crimm heard about Center for Independent Futures' housing process, she decided to fly across the Midwest to see it for herself.
Center for Independent Futures is excited to share our latest annual report, sharing stories of our community and supporters from the past year.
In Chicago's Little Village, Cicero, and Berywn neighborhoods, we worked with Lo Que Puede Venir, an organization that supports individuals with disabilities and their families in the Hispanic community.
Over the past year, we collaborated with Equip for Equality to support Chicago Public Schools students to create person-centered transition plans based on their hopes and dreams.
In less than two months, Center for Independent Futures celebrates its fifteenth year at our signature event, SPARK, on Friday, April 28.