Western New York Independent Living, Inc.

Young Peers Program

Young Peers empowers young people 14-26 with cross system, cross disability experience. We offer person-centered peer support in historically marginalized areas in person and online. Young Peers creates space to empower the next generation of young leaders through authentic youth involvement.

CATEGORY: Programs & Services
LOCATION: Buffalo, NY
AMOUNT: $150,000
YEAR AWARDED: 2023
WEBSITE: www.wnyil.org


Empowering Parents to Advocate for Inclusion

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