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Mission: The Massachusetts State Rehabilitation, a partner of the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission, provides a forum for consumer input resulting in recommendations and advice to the agency in the provision of high quality, value-based, vocational rehabilitation services that lead to meaningful, sustainable, and competitive employment for consumers.
Vision: Our Vision is to provide a dynamic pathway to economic self-sufficiency for all people with disabilities to break the historic bonds of poverty.
Massachusetts Governor, William F Weld, passed an executive order in April 1994 to create the MA State Rehabilitation Council. This executive order provided compliance with the Federal Rehabilitation Act, as Amended in 1992 by Public Law 102-569.
Executive Order No. 368 provided the Massachusetts State Rehabilitation Council with the following duties:
The council is made up of twenty one (21) governor appointed members who serve as the voting members of the council. Every year, the voting members of the council, vote in ex-Officio members who are non-voting members of the council.
If you are interested in joining the council or receiving updates regarding meetings, complete the Membership Form. If you would like to be considered for a governor appointed member of the council, submit a resume with your membership form.
State Rehabilitation Council Quarterly Meeting Dates:
January 9, 2018
Annual Meeting and Rescheduled Winter 2017 Meeting
March 22, 2018
South Region Meeting rescheduled from March 6, 2018
June 5, 2018
North Region Meeting
September 11, 2018
Western Region Meeting
December 4, 2018
If you would like to attend a council meeting, contact MRC Consumer Involvement Program by email or phone (617-204-3665).
Questions or comments to be submitted to the Massachusetts State Rehabilitation Council
If you have questions or comments that you would like to submit to be reviewed at the next quarterly meeting, email or call (617-204-3665) the MRC Consumer Involvement Program.