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About us

The Disability Resource Centre (DRC) is one of the leading pan-disability organisations operating in Birmingham, Solihull and the wider West Midlands.

Knowledge and expertise

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Since its inception in 1992, the DRC has helped and supported in excess of 70,000 disabled people, their carers and families.

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History of the Disability Resource Centre

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The DRC was established by the Birmingham Disability Rights Group (BDRG) in 1992 following successful lobbying and campaigning to Birmingham City Council. 

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Mission and vision

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The DRC's mission is: To support disabled people to take control of their own lives and to actively seek out opportunities to achieve their full potential as individuals in mainstream society.

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Quality

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The Disability Resource Centre has an on-going commitment to deliver high quality services.

Our commitment to quality

People

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People and staff that work for the DRC.

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Governance

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The DRC is committed to the principle that disabled people should be in control of their own organisation.

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Funding

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The Disability Resource Centre raises the majority of its income through self-generation and through securing successful contracts.

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An image gallery of DRC activities, services and service users.

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Disability Resource Centre 2012 -  The Disability Resource Centre is a Registered Charity (No 1034581) and a Company Limited by Guarantee (No 2897250)