About the Mississippi Coalition for Citizens with Disabilities

Who We Are

The Mississippi Coalition for Citizens with Disabilities (MSCCD) is a private not-for-profit state-wide cross-disability organization formed in Mississippi in 1989 made up of Mississippians with disabilities (children, youth, and adults) and their families regardless of age, race, gender, sexual orientation, disability, nationality, economic status or religion, organizations that represent or advocate for people with disabilities, professionals who work in disability-related fields, and other interested citizens.

Our Mission

It is the mission of the Mississippi Coalition for Citizens with Disabilities (MSCCD) to expand opportunities and enhance the quality of life for children, adolescents and adults with disabilities and their families and empower these individuals to reach for their full potential in every aspect of life and to be a voice for families, advocates, consumers and professional representing the interests and needs of people with disabilities.

Our Vision

The Mississippi Coalition for Citizens with Disabilities (MSCCD) is guided by the vision that one day, all people will live, work, learn and play in a community based on abilities not disabilities.

Tax Exempt Status and Financial Reports
Organizations exempt under IRS code 501(c), like the MSCCD, are required to make their three most recent Forms 990, 990T and 990PF available to anyone who requests them.