About MTILP, Inc.

At MTILP, we are taking all possible precautions very seriously to protect our clients and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.

YOU can make a difference today that can change tomorrow by:

  • cleaning hands often
  • social distancing
  • staying home if you are sick
  • covering coughs and sneezes
  • cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched surfaces

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.

MTILP, Inc. provides combined long-term support of daily living skills training, mobility training, vocational training and job placement for over 100 adults with disabilities in Dane County. These services are offered through supported employment, mobility training, home support and at our Day Service Program.


Our Supported Employment Program assists people with disabilities to acquire and maintain employment.

Our Day Program Services provides 33 clients from Central Wisconsin Center with individualized programming and community integration that enhances their quality of life.

Our Mobility Training and In-Home Support services provide training for people with disabilities in the use of public transportation, safety, money management and other home care needs.

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2019 brought exciting changes, including expanding our day program, a move, two remodels, two new buses, and five additional clients to the day program. All of these changes have been great for our company.

Our History

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Joan & Harry at our Whalen Lane Building in 2012


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2020 Scholarship Recipients

MTILP’s Harry Fischer Memorial Scholarships were awarded to three Evansville graduating seniors. 2020 Scholarship recipients were awarded via home visits by Shane Fischer and Shanna Gerry due to the scholarship ceremony being cancelled. We didn’t have a group picture, but what a beautiful day and green scenery instead. This years recipients were Jayden Williams, Alex … Continue reading 2020 Scholarship Recipients

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