Who is DRMS?

Disability Rights Mississippi (DRMS) is a private, non-profit corporation with a federal mandate to protect and advocate for the rights of individuals with disabilities across the state of MS. DRMS has been providing advocacy services for almost thirty years, free of charge, to Mississippians with disabilities and has helped improve the lives of thousands of our state’s most vulnerable population by championing their rights.

DRMS is the only disability advocacy agency in MS that has attorneys on staff to pursue legal remedies if necessary. Our mission is to promote, protect and advocate for the legal and human rights of all people with disabilities, and to assist them with full inclusion in home, community, education and employment.

Disability Rights Mississippi

Person-Centered Planning and Self-Direction: HHS Issues New Guidance

Excerpt from ACL Blog: On June 6, 2014, the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued important guidance on implementing Section 2402(a) of the Affordable Care Act. This provision of the law requires the Secretary to ensure all states...
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Disability Rights Mississippi

POSITION AVAILABLE!

MANAGING ATTORNEY DISABILITY RIGHTS MISSISSIPPI Disability Rights Mississippi (DRMS), the protection and advocacy system for Mississippi, is seeking an experienced, dynamic individual to serve as Managing Attorney and co-leader for its Community Integration Team. DRMS is a private non-profit agency...
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Disability Rights Mississippi

Welcome to the NEW DRMS Website

We have a new look and new and old content for you.  The new site will be easier to update and change, resulting in more frequent new stories about successful DRMS cases, ongoing projects, and upcoming events.  We will also...
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Mega Conference

2014 MS disAbility Megaconference is June 12-13th

DRMS is proud to help sponsor, plan, and help host the 2014 MS disAbility Megaconference, which will once again be held at the Jackson Marriott Hotel. It is not too late to register and join the fun. Local, regional and...
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