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Have a Brain Injury
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DORS Helps Marylanders With Disabilities Go To Work
Hiring employees who are deaf? Craig Montoya would tell businesses:
"Communication can be worked through.”
Save the Date for this year's Maryland Rehabilitation Conference
October 29-30 – More information to come!
Cory Richo – From Consumer to Counselor
Featured in the Council of State Administrator's annual Investing in America report!
"The dog owners love her! She's so good with the dogs!"
PAWS grad Emily Naylor, Wash the Wag groomer
"Without the support of DORS, my employment journey would not have the same ending."
Joshua Basile, Attorney at Law
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State Plan for VR Services
The Waiting List for DORS Services
Keeping My SSI/SSDI Benefits
My "Ticket to Work" from SSA
Introducing the new DORS website!
Some pages are still being created, so if you have any questions that aren't answered here, please contact us at 410-554-9442 or
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Consumers Started Work in May!
So Far in FY 2015
In FY 2014
DORS offers programs and services that help people with disabilities go to work and become self-sufficient.
Find Your Local DORS Office
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Disability Determination Services
is a part of DORS that evaluates the eligibility of Marylanders applying for Social Security disability benefits like SSI and SSDI.
The Governor-appointed State Rehabilitation Council advocates for Marylanders with disabilities who want to work.
2301 Argonne Drive, Baltimore, MD 21218
410-554-9442 | 888-554-0334 | 443-798-2840 VP
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