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We provide resources to help Mississippians with disabilities find new careers, live more independently, overcome obstacles, and face new challenges.
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To report suspected fraud, waste, or abuse within any of our MDRS programs, please email us.
The Quarterly Statewide Independent Living Council Meeting will be held Thursday, December 14th, 2023 at 12:00 p.m. at the Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services building in Madison. The public is invited to join and make comments. To address the Council for public comment, person(s) should make arrangements in advance by contacting Mary Allsup at email@example.com or by phoning 601-853-5272. If special accommodations are needed, please contact Mary Allsup at least 5 days prior to the meeting.Read More
Request for Qualifications
The Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services will accept sealed statements of qualifications until 12:00 PM CST, Friday January 5, 2024 for the purpose of contracting with qualified vendors to host and create comprehensive job training events for MDRS clients, RFQ 3150005302. Detailed specifications may be obtained below or by contacting Lee Shirley at 601-853-5217, firstname.lastname@example.org, or at PO Box 1698, Jackson, MS 39215-1698.
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The Quarterly State Rehabilitation Council Meeting will be held Friday, December 8, 2023, at 10:00 a.m. at Sephora 8500 Nail Road, Olive Branch, MS 38654.
The public is invited to attend and make comments. To address the Council for public comment, person(s) should make arrangements in advance by contacting LaVonda Hart, VR Director at email@example.com or by phoning (601) 853-5270 at least two weeks in advance of the meeting so the agenda may reflect a period of discussion of these comments. The period for public comments will be limited to five (5) minutes per person. You may also notify us in writing at MDRS, SRC; P. O. Box 1698; Jackson, MS 39215.
If special accommodations are needed, please contact LaVonda Hart, 5 days prior to the meeting.
Are you a school in Mississippi Interested in scheduling a PROM program? To see about scheduling a PROM program in your school, please contact the Office of Communication at PROM@mdrs.ms.gov, call 1-800-443-1000 or see below.
What is PROM?
PROM is a public awareness campaign created by the Mississippi Department of Rehabilitation Services in 2018 in partnership with the Mississippi Highway Patrol. The campaign encourages prom-bound students to understand the “full-circle” of consequences when choosing to drink and drive, text and drive and/or not buckle up.
PROM stands for Please Return on Monday. The full PROM message is: Please Return on Monday -in the same condition you left. YOUR choices today impact YOUR tomorrow.
Are you a school in Mississippi Interested in scheduling a PROM program?
To see about scheduling a PROM program in your school, please contact the Office of Communication at PROM@mdrs.ms.gov or call 1-800-443-1000. Click here for the required PROM school form.
Learn more about our PROM clients click here
Interested in the PROM Poster Contest?
Click here for contest flyer
Click here for contest form
Interested in starting a PROM program in your state?
Click here for more information.
Interested in using the PROM logo?
Please feel free to use the PROM logo in accordance with the set guidelines outlined here.
• PROM: Mississippi School Resource Video (long video)
• PROM: Please Return on Monday (short intro)
• PROM: How do you want to wear it (video)
• MHP Website and Resources
• MDRS Website and Resources