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Below you will find helpful forms as you begin to work with MRC.

Thank you for your interest with Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC), where we are dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities live and work independently. There are several forms and brochures below to help you as you continue your journey with us in obtaining services. 

Welcome Packet

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Mail-In Voter Registration and Information About Voter Registration

The National Voter Registration Act of 1993 requires MRC to give you the opportunity to register to vote. Your decision to register to vote will NOT affect your eligibility for benefits. A mail-in voter registration form is enclosed in the middle of this welcome package. Or If you or any household member age 18 or over would like to register to vote, click on the link below (or copy/paste into your web browser) for a voter registration form via https://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/elepdf/Voter-reg-mail-in.pdf and additional explanation.

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Your Informed Choice

Informed choice is the process of choosing from options based on accurate information and knowledge. These options are developed by a partnership consisting of the consumer and the counselor that will empower the consumer to make decisions resulting in a successful vocational rehabilitation outcome. 

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Client Rights

An informational brochure has been designed for you, the consumer of the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission, in order to inform you of your rights to appeal a decision regarding vocational rehabilitation services. 

Client Assistance Program (CAP)

CAP is a federally funded program that provides  advocacy for and information to people who seek and receive services from the  Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission (MRC), the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind (MCB) and the Independent Living Centers (ILCs) in Massachusetts. CAP is independent of the vocational rehabilitation and independent living agencies. It is run by MOD, a state agency. MOD works to ensure the full and equal participation of all people with disabilities in all aspects of life in a manner that fosters dignity and self-determination. Click to download. 

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