The Maine Disability Rights Center Needs Your Feedback

The Maine Disability Rights Center (DRC), a collaborating organization of the Consumer Council System of Maine, is looking for your feedback so they can improve services and meet their mission! Below is a letter from Kim Moody, Executive Director of the DRC along with the link to complete the survey. Please note that the survey closes on Labor day, Monday, September 1, 2014:


Dear Friends and Colleagues;

The Disability Rights Center (DRC) is continually seeking both improved services and increased awareness among Maine citizens of what we do and how we might be of service.  We are asking today, for you to fill out  a brief survey about DRC which will help us make decisions about what we do and how we do it! 

In order to better serve our clients and meet the mission of DRC, we need your survey response today. We plan to use this information to help build a better known and more resilient image in the media, the legislature, and with the public. DRC is strong and continues to be a civil rights leader in our state but we need to work harder in today’s fast-paced, information-saturated environment to get people’s attention, tell our story, and reach people in need of our services.

Your answers will be confidential. 

Your views and suggestions are invaluable to us as we evaluate our services and strive to meet the ever-changing needs of the clients we serve, the regulators we watch, and the policy-makers we educate. Please respond today:

Thank you so much for your time and support!  We’ll close the survey Labor Day but please, don’t wait until then.  I look forward to seeing everyone’s responses as soon as possible. 

Kim Moody
Executive Director
Disability Rights Center
24 Stone St, Suite 204 
Augusta, Me 04330