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Agency Spotlight

Each month we will feature a local non-profit agency that receives City/County Funding.

The League of Human Dignity

The League of Human Dignity is a consumer-based nonprofit organization founded in 1971, providing services that help adults with disabilities live independently, in their own homes and communities, rather than being forced to live in institutions. In Lancaster County, the League provides services through the Lincoln Center for Independent Living. These services include: information and referral, independent living skills training, individual and systems advocacy, training in personal assistant hiring and management, peer counseling and support, assistance to facilitate transition and diversion of individuals from nursing homes or other Institutions and facilitate transition of youth to postsecondary life. Other services also offered are medical equipment loan, rental, sales and service, and a grant program that helps consumers who have mobility limitations to remove physical barriers in their homes that prevent full accessibility. For more information, call the League toll free at 888-508-4758 or local at 402-441-7871 or go online to

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