About Us
Our Story | Mission & Approach

Make a Donation

Get Involved

Our Story

The Independent Living Resource Centre Calgary (ILRCC) was founded in 1985 by a group of dedicated volunteers who recognized the need for an organization that could provide support and services to individuals with disabilities. The organization started as a small peer support group, but it quickly grew to become a recognized and respected resource center in the Calgary community.

Over the years, ILRCC has continued to expand its services and programs to meet the changing needs of individuals with disabilities in Alberta. Today, the organization provides a range of core programs, including referrals, workshops, courses, presentations, peer support, and youth mentorship programs, aimed at supporting individuals in achieving their level of independence.

The Incredible Impact of
ILRCC on the Staff, Facilitators

What do our volunteers and staff love the most about working at our organization

Our Youtube Chanel

Our Mission & Approach 

At the Independent Living Resource Centre Calgary (ILRCC), our mission is to promote and enable all persons with disabilities to achieve their level of independence. We believe that all individuals have the right to live their lives to the fullest and reach their full potential, regardless of their abilities.

Our approach to achieving this mission is based on the principles of independent living, which emphasize self-determination, choice, and control for individuals with disabilities. We strive to empower individuals with disabilities to take charge of their own lives and make decisions that align with their goals and values.

Meet Our Board of Directors

Omotola Abayomi

Board Chair

Terri Dauter

Vice Chair

Syd Kreuger

Treasurer

Tyler Cooley

Secretary

Michelle Connick

Director

Brian Fleck

 

Director

Our Partners & Sponsors

Skip to content