Skip directly to Find Help With navigation Skip directly to main navigation Skip directly to mission buttons Skip directly to site content
Go To The Emergency Preparedness Voluntary Registry Site


Go To Delaware Aging and Disability Resource Center Site


Go To Delaware 211 Site

To view any PDF form on this site you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click the icon below to download your free copy.

Go To Get Adobe Reader Site

Note: Some web users have problems viewing PDF files through their web browsers. To circumvent this problem, please right click on the link and save the file to your computer before using Adobe Reader.
  • Advocacy
  • Information & Refferal
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Peer Support
Core Services
Our group at a peer support meeting at Freedom Center


Peer Support


This service provides support and peer counseling for persons with disabilities as they work toward and/or maintain an independent life-style within their community. Peers tend to serve as excellent role models, often providing the motivation in others to envision the possibilities and develop the strategies to obtaining those visions. Information, one-on-one peer mentoring, and group interactions helping people with disabilities develop mutual support, assistance, and understanding.

Peer Support Groups:

Our Peer Support Groups are lead and controlled by persons with disabilities. Staff facilitate our Peer Support Groups by providing meeting rooms, transportation, and guest speakers. Staff participate in the group’s activities as requested. Persons with disabilities are connected to these groups for peer support, peer mentoring and social/recreational interactions.

Peer Mentoring:

Peer mentoring allows a person with a disability to work with other persons with disabilities who are members of their local community. This interaction allows for exploring options, solving problems, making adjustments to a newly acquired disability, discussing changes in living arrangements, and learning to use community services more effectively. This interaction is beneficial for both the peer mentor and the person with a disability.



Upcoming Peer Support Events

      (Note: Blank below indicates no scheduled events.)


   Please check Event Calendar for more details.


Need More Information?
  Contact us   

There is no charge for services.
The Center is funded through the
U.S. Dept. of Education
Grant # H132A010061




Freedom Center for Independent Living
400 North Broad Street, Middletown, DE 19709

(302) 376-4399      1-844-277-0700      FAX: (302) 376-4395

For comments, questions, or to report broken links, email: admin@fcilde.org
Subscribe to our Newsletter by sending an email to admin@fcilde.org with “Subscribe to Newsletter” in the subject line

Privacy Policy

Copyright © 2015 Freedom Center for Independent Living

The Freedom Center website is best viewed using the latest browsers which support the newest web technologies.
Please make sure you are using the newest Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Chrome and/or Safari browser.