Metropolitan Center for Independent Living

Transition

The MCIL Transition Services Program assists students with disabilities beginning in high school and continuing until their 22nd birthday. These services are free.

Current services include:

CLASSES TO BUILD SKILLS FOR INDEPENDENCE

Classes at MCIL, with hand-out materials and refreshments, create a transitional link between school experience and community participation. Cooking/Nutrition classes are taught in MCIL's accessible kitchen. Other current class offerings include Employment Preparation, Studying for the MN Driver’s Permit Test, Finding and Keeping a Roommate, Affordable Housing Options, and fun outings designed to build social skills, form friendships and peer support, and explore our community.

MCIL workshops are free of charge.

INDIVIDUAL EDUCATION PLAN (IEP) ASSISTANCE

MCIL Transition Services assist students and families with the development of Individual Education Plans, understanding the IEP process and integrating independent living skills and personal development into the IEP. 

INDIVIDUALIZED INDEPENDENT LIVING SERVICES

Students benefit from one-on-one skills development. This highly individualized service addresses areas specifically identified by the student and their family, teachers and other support team members.

BUILD YOUR LIFE, MAKE A PLAN! 

For more information, please contact:

Erin
651.603.2037
erinh@mcil-mn.org

530 Robert Street North
St Paul, MN 55101  
Voice: 651-646-8342
Fax: 651-603-2006
Directions 

The Mission of the Metropolitan Center for Independent Living is to assist people with disabilities to fulfill their desire to lead productive self-determined lives.