Disability service providers say they’re seeing an increased demand while having to deal with reduced funding. WDBJ-7 reports, The Lynchburg Center for Independent Living, a state-funded agency, is not getting enough money to handle the growing demands. Advocates for the disabled fear the problem is only going to get worse and are concerned about the Lynchburg area’s lack of agencies that offer programs- or facilities that can handle the growing cases. The state plans to close its training centers over the next few years and residents there will need help from places like LACIL. The Central Virginia Training Center in Madison Heights is tentatively scheduled to close by 2020.