Georgia State Rehabilitation Council

About the Georgia State Rehabilitation Council

The Georgia State Rehabilitation Council (SRC) is a federally mandated council composed of Georgia citizens from across the state appointed by the Governor to represent a broad range of individuals with disabilities and stakeholders. 
The SRC collaborates with the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency to develop plans for services and make 
recommendations to assist individuals with disabilities achieve employment and independence. Attached below, members can access the new SRC member nomination form as well as the promotional letter to be sent to prospective members. If you'd like to become a member, please reach out via the contact information below.

SRC Mission 

To collaborate with the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency in planning and providing comprehensive and 
effective services that assist individuals with disabilities to achieve their employment goals and contribute to 
Georgia’s economy. 

SRC Vision 

To be a strategic partner with the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency to make Georgia the best state for 
people with disabilities to live, work and thrive. 

SRC Philosophy and Values 

We believe individuals with disabilities should have equal opportunity for employment and participation in their 
communities. All people deserve the best; therefore these are the cornerstones which we value: 
Meaningful Work 
Informed Choice 
Self Determination 
Trust and Integrity 
Positive and Effective Change 
Purposeful Collaboration 

Annual Reports



Georgia State Rehabilitation Council
Michele Mason
SRC Liaison
200 Piedmont Ave. 14th Floor
Atlanta, GA 30334 
Phone: (404) 232-1998
Cell: (404) 780-6768


SRC Meeting Minutes

Click here to link to minutes from all SRC meetings during calendar years 2017 and 2018.

SRC Meeting Calendar

Click here to view the schedule for all upcoming meetings. Locations for some meetings are still to be determined and will be updated as selected.