MCB Rehabilitation Council (RC)

The Massachusetts Commission for the Blind (MCB) Rehabilitation Council consists of 21 members approve by the Secretary of Health and Human Services and appointed by the Governor. The majority of the members are blind. Members serve for no more than 2 consecutive terms for no more than 3 years per term.

About Us

The Mission of the MCB Rehabilitation Council is to work with MCB on its Vocational Rehabilitation Program  in the development of state goals, priorities, policy, and practice, and to review and analyze the agency’s results and performance in support of securing and maintaining employment, through a process of informed choice, for individuals who are legally blind and visually impaired.

Under Executive Order No. 374, the MCB Rehabilitation Council shall consist of 21 Members. The composition includes the below in accordance with The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and amended by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014.

For more information or to contact the MCB Rehabilitation Council, email 

Download the minutes from the latest MCB Rehabilitation Council meeting. 

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