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Effective Immediately

All ARCIL offices will be closed effective today 1/11/21 through 1/29/21.

All staff will be working from home and all appointments will be conducted by phone.





As ARCIL continues to monitor the information from Federal and State officials about the coronavirus (COVID-19), we are working to maintain a safe work environment and protect the health and well-being of our consumers, staff, and community.

As such our staff members are moving to temporarily work remotely and will keep our operations running smoothly to provide services to our community during this time.




ARCIL, Inc. of Austin, Texas provides independent living services to persons with disabilities, their families, and communities throughout Travis and surrounding counties. ARCIL also provides services throughout Hays, Caldwell, Comal and Blanco counties at ARCIL San Marcos (San Marcos, Texas), and Williamson, Bell, Burnet, and Milam counties at ARCIL Round Rock (Round Rock, Texas).

ARCIL is a private non-profit corporation dedicated to the advancement and full participation of persons with disabilities in all aspects of life.

Browse ARCIL's website to find more information about activities, services, mission, locations and other local, state and national resources available for persons with disabilities, family members, professionals or anybody interested in the independent living movement.

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If You are a Man with a Physical Disability You may be Eligible for Participation in a Study that will Benefit Your Community! If eligible you will receive a total of $225 in compensation for study participation.
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To ensure the safety of staff and consumers returning to ARCIL offices after quarantine, the following steps are being taken by Administration prior to resuming on-site service delivery.
Austin Public Health has launched an online Enrollment Form for COVID-19 testing. The new public testing form will allow people to take an assessment to determine eligibility and schedule testing without a referral from a healthcare provider.
As the entire country watches in shock while residents in nursing facilities and other institutions are dying in large numbers, the general public is now recognizing the dangers that we have always know are inherent in congregate living.
Vote for Access is a series of five short advocacy videos on the barriers that many disabled voters still face when trying to vote.

This website was developed and funded through a cooperative agreement between ARCIL, Inc., Social Security, the Administration for Community Living (ACL), and Texas Health & Human Services (HHSC). Although Social Security reviewed this website for accuracy, it does not constitute an official Social Security communication. The contents of this website do not necessarily represent the policy of Social Security, ACL, or HHSC and you should not assume endorsement by local, state or federal government. ARCIL developed this website at U.S. taxpayer expense.