Suncoast Center for Independent Living

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Suncoast Center for Independent Living
2989 Fruitville Road, Ste. 101
Sarasota, Florida 34237

Phone: 941-351-9545
Toll Free Phone:
Fax: 941-316-9320
TDD Phone:


Program Description

We offer the following services to persons with disabilities, particularly adults within low-income guidelines, in Sarasota and Manatee Counties: CONSUMER ADVOCACY: We assist persons with applying for Social Security benefits and Medicaid Waiver Programs. HOUSING: Information and referral to assist in directing consumers to low income housing. INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS: Classroom setting environment where indiduals learn crafts, cooking skills, sign language, and other skills needed to live independently. SUPPORT GROUP: Brain Injury Support Group offered (call for details). PEER COUNSELING: Provide goal setting activities and communication skills within a classroom setting. EMERGENCY SERVICES: Provide medical equipment and supplies, such as wheelchairs, canes, walkers, crutches, etc. Required documentation: Social Security. *Appointments made by phone*

Services Available Through This Program

Community Youth Activities- Mentoring , Emergency Services- Other , Information and Services for Adults Age 60 and Over , Job Training/Search , Special Needs/Disabilities and other related services , Youth and Adult Education, Literacy, Computer Instruction

Hours of Operation

None Closed on all major holidays.
Eligibility Requirements and Important Information

HUD Guidelines. Social Security Documentation.

Availability and Fees
Current Wait List: 
Handicapped Access: 
Accepts Medicaid: 
Accepts Private Insurance: 
Financial Assistance Available?: 
Sliding Scale: 

Other Fee Information


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