MCB: Serving Individuals Who Are Blind Since 1906
Independent Living & Assistive Technology Programs
MCB recently received state funding to work with several organizations including The Carroll Center for the Blind, Massachusetts Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired, The POLUS Center for Social & Economic Development, New England Low Vision & Blindness, and Lowell Association for the Blind to provide timely services for our community in response to COVID-19.
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Who We Serve
MCB services individuals in Massachusetts who are legally blind by providing access to employment opportunities and social rehabilitation with the goal of increasing independence and self-determination.
Our MCB community consists of many partners across the Commonwealth who are committed to our shared mission of service. We are grateful for the support of our stakeholders.
Massachusetts Blindness Resources: MCB Stakeholder Resource Guide
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