About MTILP, Inc.

Amanda and her Coworkers

Amanda and her Coworkers

At MTILP, we make independent living possible!

Our mission is to improve the quality of life for individuals with disabilities by providing the support and training necessary for each person to work and participate in the community and live as independently as possible.

Learn more about what we do

Comments from our staff..

Our clients, at our Day Service Program, come off the bus so happy to be with us for the day!  We know they enjoy their days here with us and we keep them busy. Our staff rotate working with our clients so we all get to know them and form our own relationships with them.  Come visit sometime!  To work with us email joan@mtilp.net or to volunteer on our community trips email taneil@mtilp.net.

We’ve been busy!

MTILP Assistant Director Taneil Boerner and Case Manager Tami Magner attended the Fall Student Service Fair at Union South. There were 8 students interested in volunteering at MTILP and 2 students interested in future internships and employment. We met the Badger Volunteer Coordinator and plan to form a partnership that would allow our day center to have a student group volunteer once a week for 11-weeks.

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Get involved

We can always use some friendly faces and helpful people to assist our staff with our clients and make their day even brighter! We welcome you to come volunteer at our Facility Based Center and to help our group on outings throughout the year.

We have opportunities for volunteers to assist with recreation, games, crafts, sensory, music, exercise and community integrations trips. You could also help with cooking and outdoor activities.

If you are interested, contact Taneil at 608-288-8663.  For more information, please see our volunteer page.  You can also see our current opportunities on our Employment page.

We are also seeking employers to participate in our Supported Employment Program for our clients, please see our employers page for more details or contact us if you have questions.