RCIL is a civil rights organization offering a wide range of independent living and advocacy services for and — most importantly — with people with disabilities. The basic human right of participating in society as a self-determining individual must extend to all citizens. Each of us has the capacity — and responsibility — to be a proud, contributing member of our society. Our core independent living center functions include peer counseling, independent living skills training, information and referral, and individual and systems advocacy. Our beliefs fit the core components of RAMP; that of utilizing a combination of group, peer, and one-on-one mentoring to promote the successful transition of all youth, including those with disabilities, to employment, continued learning opportunities, and independent living.
Youth Services, founded in 1972, provides a variety of services to children, youth and families in Windham County Vermont. Youth Service's mission is to provide programs and services that promote the healthy development of local youth and families and help them gain the skills necessary to lead constructive lives within the community.
Ability Connection Colorado's (ACCO) Employment Works program operates RAMP in Denver, Colorado. ACCO is a nonprofit organization that provides job placement assistance and career exploration services to youth with disabilities.