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ARCIL, Inc. of Austin, Texas provides independent living services to persons with disabilities, their families, and communities throughout Travis and surrounding counties. ARCIL also provides services throughout Hays, Caldwell, Comal and Blanco counties at ARCIL San Marcos (San Marcos, Texas), and Williamson, Bell, Burnet, and Milam counties at ARCIL Round Rock (Round Rock, Texas).

ARCIL is a private non-profit corporation dedicated to the advancement and full participation of persons with disabilities in all aspects of life.

Browse ARCIL's website to find more information about activities, services, mission, locations and other local, state and national resources available for persons with disabilities, family members, professionals or anybody interested in the independent living movement.

Latest Calendar Events

  • Community Resources Class

  • Health Matters

  • Keeping Fit

  • Self Directed Social Recreation

  • Holistic Healing and Stress Reduction

  • Keeping Fit

  • Independent Computer Lab

Latest News & Alerts

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Project Connect is our community's plan for a complete regional system of reliable and frequent transit. Roll up your sleeves with your fellow community members and review alternatives for two proposed transitways, the Orange and Blue Line corridors.
Capital Metro launches App for home service, and will be opening the Norwood Transit Center is late 2019.
Submit Comments by August 13 on Discriminatory Section 1557 Rollback. On June 14, 2019, the Trump Administration published a proposed regulation that would roll back the nondiscrimination protections under Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
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AAPD’s Summer Internship Program provides the opportunity for students with disabilities to gain hands-on professional experience that will advance their career goals.
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Ensuring Full Participation in the Voting Process! Texans with disabilities CAN influence the outcome of statewide and local elections!

This website was developed and funded through a cooperative agreement between ARCIL, Inc., Social Security, the Administration for Community Living (ACL), and Texas Health & Human Services (HHSC). Although Social Security reviewed this website for accuracy, it does not constitute an official Social Security communication. The contents of this website do not necessarily represent the policy of Social Security, ACL, or HHSC and you should not assume endorsement by local, state or federal government. ARCIL developed this website at U.S. taxpayer expense.