Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC)

The Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) provides services that break down barriers and empower people with disabilities to live life in their own terms. Our programs focus on training and employment, community living, and disability determination for federal benefit programs. We are change agents and community builders. And we put the people we serve at the heart of everything we do.

How to Connect with MRC

These days, as we spend more time online, we want to make it as easy as possible
for you to learn more about us and access our services from home. That’s why we built MRC Connect, your virtual gateway to the programs and resources you need to live life on your own terms.

MRC Connect is all about working together. Completing a single online application connects you to a broad range of services for Vocational Rehabilitation and Community Living. 

Our MRC staff will be there with you through every step of the application process to connect you with the programs that are the right fit for you. Most important, whether you reach us over the phone or online, you will always have access to the support you need to make the most of your partnership with MRC.

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Possibility is our purpose

Recent news & announcements


MRC's Inaugural Explore Possibility Summit a Success 

8/24/2022 Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

The event fostered a learning environment for attendees, offering diverse workshops to help them understand resources, services, and tools that were available from MRC and our statewide partners


MRC and RCC Celebrate Networking Technology Program Graduates 

7/20/2022 Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

On Friday, July 15, the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC) celebrated its Spring 2022 Networking Technology Program Graduation at Roxbury Community College (RCC).

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    Introducing the MRC Disability Leaders 

    6/17/2022 Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

    Recently, the Office of Individual Family Engagement (OIFE) has introduced seven Disability Inclusion Leaders to help bring MRC's mission to life.

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    Facing Fears to Become a Proud Business Owner 

    6/01/2022 Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

    Phetmany Phommasing arrived in Lynn, Massachusetts, when she was just three months old, the daughter of refugees from Laos.

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    MRC Partnership with Lowell Education Center Provides Career Opportunities 

    5/20/2022 Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

    For the last 26 years, Lowell's Senghap Roeun has spent his time focused on education.

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    Signing to a Perfect World 

    5/03/2022 Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

    Marlene Mata, a Deaf Afro-Latinx woman, has been a Rehabilitation Counselor for the Deaf (RCD) in the Braintree office for nine years.

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    The Brain Injury Council 

    3/30/2022 Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

    The Brain Injury Council was established in August of 2021.

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    George's New Start Thanks to SHIP 

    3/09/2022 Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

    At 39, George's life changed forever. He was diagnosed with a large brain tumor and underwent immediate surgery, and the surgery left him with cognitive, emotional regulatory, and physical disabilities.

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Central Office
600 Washington St., Boston, MA 02111


Voice/TDD (800) 245-6543


Fax (617) 727-1354
Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

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