Resources for Victims of Substance Impaired Driving

Centers for Independent Living Centers for Independent Living may help those, in a variety of ways, who are struggling with a disability. They provide four core services: 1. Information and referral 2. Independent living skills training 3. Individual and systems advocacy 4. Peer counseling 5. Employment services To find your local Center for Independent Living, visit .

Assistance for Physical Needs

When someone is physically injured in a crash, their injuries can last a lifetime. When a loved one is killed, financial devastation can also be a result. Many

times, the financial costs of a crash can outweigh the benefits covered by insurance. Sometimes it’s a matter of finding short term solutions to help with an emergency

Insurance will often not cover all of the expenses faced by victims and survivors.

situation. Other times, people have to make new choices and change the way they live in order to cope with the devastation. Listed below are some of the types of assistance that are commonly needed after a crash: Utility Assistance Along with many other expenses, utility expenses may be a challenge to pay when a victim and survivor is unable to work for

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