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Funding for Home...


Independent Living Choices received funding from Sioux Falls Community Development to complete home modification projects which will assist people...more...


2016 Harley Davidson Raffle!!

The 2016 Harley Davidson Raffle is under way! This year's bike is a 2016 FLHX Black Street Glide! The bike will be at Stone's Truck Stop in Watertown until the drawing is held. Be sure to stop by Stone's if you get a chance and check it out! You can also purchase your raffle ticket at Stone's. We will be updating the website as the raffle progresses, as of May 1st we have sold 1,000 tickets! As soon as all 2,500 tickets are sold, and we schedule a date for the drawing we will update the website with that information. Requests for tickets are available in the Application section of our website or you may download it here (www.ilcchoices.org/downloads/8039/fi8039_3226.pdf()) as well, so check it out and tell your friends!

Operation Helpful Smile!

Operation Helpful Smile

The Sioux Falls Hy-Vee Stores sponsor a special program called Operation Helpful Smile. Independent Living Choices is pleased to participate in this program!

Each week an area non-profit organization is selected as a recipient. Donation boxes at each Sioux Falls Hy-Vee checkout stand will collect customer contributions. Contributions collected will be DOUBLED; up to $1,000, by Hy-Vee and other supporting sponsors and will be forwarded to the specific organization.

June 22nd-28th is Independent Living Choices’ week, so mark your calendars!

Please be generous as you contribute the week of June 22nd- 28th! Tell your family, friends, and neighbors to be generous also!

2015 Harley Winner!!

Congratulations, Rory Thorstenson of Selby on winning the 2015 Harley Raffle!! The drawing was held in August of 2015.

Independent Living Choices was established in 1982 as a 501(c)(3) private, non-profit, organization.
The founders believed in the human value, contribution, and spirit of people who have significant disabilities. They believed that all people regardless of disability should have the right to determine how and where they want to live.
The Center was established to provide basic skills so many of us take for granted: to take care of our own needs and to make our own decisions...to be independent.