Join a Peer Support Groups


People with disabilities are their own best advocates

Peer support is a key core service of all Centers for Independent Living, including Access Living. Through disability peer support and role modeling, people with disabilities learn about their rights and responsibilities when it comes to self-determination and how to pursue their goals of self-sufficiency. They find a safe place to get together, share their concerns, solve problems, and build a robust support network and disability knowledge base. 

Access Living coordinates a wide variety of peer support groups that cover a diverse range of issues and groups. To learn more about each of our peer support groups, visit the pages linked below:

A young Black woman poses for a picture at a disability peer support group meeting.
Our peer support groups are for people of all ages with all kinds of disabilities.