Massachusetts State Rehabilitation Council (MA SRC)

The State Rehabilitation Council (SRC) provides a forum for consumer input resulting in recommendations and advice to the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC). The primary goal of the SRC is to partner with MRC and provide a dynamic pathway to economic self-sufficiency for people with disabilities eligible for Vocational Rehabilitation Services in accordance with the Rehabilitation Act.

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600 Washington Street, MRC, Boston, MA 02111

The SRC partners with MRC to provide a dynamic pathway to economic self-sufficiency for people with disabilities eligible for Vocational Rehabilitation Services in accordance with the Rehabilitation Act..

Vision
Ensuring that all individuals with disabilities are supported to live their best lives, through consumer-driven, meaningful, competitive, and integrated employment and sustainable careers.

Mission
The Massachusetts State Rehabilitation Council (SRC) is a diverse, inclusive, and equitable advisory body that is committed to promoting competitive and sustainable employment for all people with disabilities, including those marginalized by inequalities.

Our News

News

Celebrating SRC's Dr. Dawn Clark 

10/22/2021 Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

For more than a decade, Reverend Dr. Dawn Clark has used her voice as a life-long advocate for people experiencing disabilities as the chair of the Massachusetts State Rehabilitation Council (SRC).

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Image credits:  Matt Naugton

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