Stable and supportive housing is one of the most effective ways to encourage recovery and reduce inappropriate use of the healthcare system. However, there are no standards or support for independent livings (ILs).
The purpose of the ILA is to provide independent living operators, tenants and the community with tools and resources to promote high-quality independent livings. The ILA is modeled after the Better Business Bureau and offers services to independent living operators, tenants and the community to promote and support quality independent livings.
The ILA is facilitated by Community Health Improvement Partners (CHIP). The mission of CHIP is to advance long-term solutions to priority health needs through collaboration and community engagement. The ILA partners with various community-based organizations, law enforcement, independent living operators, tenants, and community members. Click here to learn more about ILA Leadership.
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Information on the ILA website should not be construed as legal advice. We encourage Independent Living operators, tenants and others to consult legal counsel regarding any matter related to landlord/tenant rights, patient rights, care and treatment. Actual cases may vary, and may turn on specific facts.