[NFBMO] Reopening an RSB Case

Dennis Miller millerdennis893 at gmail.com
Fri Feb 11 18:41:57 UTC 2022

It shouldn't be a long drawn out process.  All you should have to do is call
them and tell them you want to open a case.  They will ask you some
questions over the phone.  A counselor will then call you to set up an
appointment where you will discuss goals and sign paperwork to formally open
your case.  The only hiccup in that process could be getting the counselor
to call you in the first place.  I can't remember how long they have to call
you.  I have had to push a couple of times to get someone to call me but
once things get going they should move pretty quickly especially if you know
exactly what it is you are wanting to do and what you need to do it.



From: NFBMO [mailto:nfbmo-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Coccovizzo,Linda
Sent: Friday, February 11, 2022 10:05 AM
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Subject: [NFBMO] Reopening an RSB Case


Hello all. I have been working in a part time job for 10 years, where the
hours have been dwindling lately, to about 8 a week. What is the process for
getting an RSB case reopened? Does it have to be a long, drawn out process?
I have found a program that would give me the training I need to find a
better job, that I will definitely need financial help with, but I only have
a little less than a month to get into it. I'm hoping maybe some of you who
have been here before, may have some tips on how I can expedite the process,
if it is at all possible? Thanks.


Linda Coccovizzo 

Seasonal Project Coordinator|ADA Compliance Office

Metropolitan Community College

Office: 816-604-1442

3200 Broadway, Kansas City, MO
ea5ebee4>   64111

linda.coccovizzo at mcckc.edu <mailto:kim.fernandes at mcckc.edu> 


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