Census 2020: There’s still time to be counted!

When We Get Counted, Everyone Benefits!
Children and adults with disabilities and older adults need all Californians to complete the 2020 Census by September 30, 2020.
Act Now – Take the 2020 Census today! There are only 12 more days to be counted. Here are three ways you can complete the 2020 Census:



 Online https://my2020census.gov

 Phone (844) 330-2020

 Mail: Return your paper Census form you received in the mail

The Census is available in almost every language and there are Census workers who are also available to support all families in completing the form in whichever language is preferred. For more information, visit https://census.ca.gov/

If you have questions about the 2020 Census, please contact Lindsay Franco, Diversity & Equity Specialist at LindsayF@nbrc.net or you can leave a message at 707.256.1102.

Small Focus Group Volunteers Needed – End of Life Planning


NBRC is looking for volunteers to be a part of a small focus group to discuss end of life planning and related issues.

  • Have you given some thought to end of life planning?
  • Have you thought through an advanced directive?
  • Do you want to talk through these issues with a small group? Your participation is critical in developing sound guidance to help us all navigate, plan and assist our population through this chapter of life in the future.
    • The commitment is very time limited.
      • The focus group plans to have two, 2-hour sessions held at the North Bay Regional Center Napa office – 610 Airpark Road, Napa Ca, 94558
      • Meetings will start by next week, 1/13/2020
    • We encourage participation from under-represented groups, including ethnic and religious minorities.

Dr. Mahajan is a part of a larger group of Regional Center clinicians who are working to formulate recommendations that will be submitted to Regional Center Executive Directors and eventually to DDS.

Please e-mail Dr. Mahajan directly, gmahajan@nbrc.net, with names and/or if you are interested in participating in this very important process.

Thank you.

PSPS Update and Community Resource Centers Napa, Sonoma and Solano Counties

Napa County Community Resource Centers – PG&E will be standing up Community Resource Centers which they staff.  PG&E notes that the following services are available at CRC’s: charging stations, snacks (non-perishable), ice, blankets, heat, restroom facilities and water.

–        Mount St Helena Golf Course, 2025 Grant St., Calistoga – 8AM to 8PM

–        St Helena Catholic School, 1255 Oak Ave., St. Helena – 8AM to 8PM

Charging Stations

Napa County:

The County has arranged for four charging stations which are primarily for charging devices.  Other services are typically not offered, but restroom facilities are available.

–        Lake Berryessa Senior Center (4380 Spanish Flat Loop Road, Napa) – 8AM to 5PM

–        Napa County Library  (580 Coombs St., Napa) 10AM to 9PM

–        Yountville Library (6516 Washington St, Yountville) – 8AM to 6PM

–        Yountville Community Center (6516 Washington St, Yountville) 8AM to 6PM

Visit the Napa County webpage http://arcg.is/1iOKKD to view PSPS outage zones and for information on local CRCs and Charging Centers locations and hours.

Solano County:

S&S Supply

2700 Maxwell Way

Fairfield, CA 94534

Hours: 8am-8pm



1751 E Monte Vista Ave

Vacaville, CA 95688

Hours: 8am-8pm


Sonoma County

Cloverdale Citrus Fairgrounds

1 Citrus Fair Drive

Cloverdale, CA 95425

Hours: 8am-8pm


Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building

1351 Maple Avenue

Santa Rosa, CA 95404

Hours: 8am-8pm


Olsen Ranch House

37600 Highway 1

Sea Ranch, CA 95412

Hours: 8am-8pm


Hanna Boys Center

17000 Arnold Drive

Sonoma, CA 95476

Hours: 8am-8pm

NBRC Board of Directors Meeting

NBRC Board of Directors Meeting

There will not be a Board of Directors Meeting in January 2020.

February 5, 2020 @ 6:00 pm in the Napa Office

The North Bay Developmental Disabilities Services, Inc. Board of Directors meets regularly on the first Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m.

All Board meetings are open to the public and Spanish translation services are provided.

Welcome to NBRC



The North Bay Regional Center Board of Directors Opportunity Fund consists of donations from outside entities, staff donations and other donations from the community to assist people with developmental disabilities.

Doug Cleveland, a past Director of Client Services at NBRC developed the Board Opportunity Fund when he and his wife held a fund raising event for its initial donation.  Some examples of services paid through the opportunity fund include client funeral expenses, rent, social and recreational activities, food, clothing, etc.

In addition to helping clients with basic needs the Board Opportunity Fund also allows NBRC’s clients to enjoy and participate in activities NBRC cannot fund such as swimming, summer camps, horseback riding, and other adventures.  The fund also provides funding for medical support not covered by Medi-Cal or NBRC such as specialized health monitors, dental care, and wheelchairs adapted for specific needs.

For NBRC clients striving to live independently for the first time, the Board Opportunity Fund provides resources for them to obtain their own residence.

The NBRC Board Opportunity Fund is a worthwhile benefit that assists clients and families served by NBRC to experience a full range of support, activities and progress in their lives.  Any and all donations are greatly appreciated.

Donations can be made to:

North Bay Regional Center Board Opportunity Fund 

610 Airpark Rd.

Napa, CA 94558

NBRC Presents Performance Contract Plan for 2019 – Sept 5th

Public Meeting to Review 2019 Performance Plan


Wed, September 5, 2018

 5-7 pm

Board Room

North Bay Regional Center 610 Airpark Way

Napa, CA 94558


North Bay Regional Center wants to make sure that we are continuously improving. We strive to exceed our mission, desired outcomes, and that we are in compliance with all requirements.


The NBRC Performance Plan measures our ongoing performance on desired statewide outcomes, and compares North Bay Regional Center’s performance with the statewide average for all 21 regional centers in California. These desired outcomes reflect the state’s public policy direction for developmental services in the community.


We continue to fulfill all planned activities with the intent of improving outcomes as directed by our community members, Board of Directors, and NBRC staff.


How do we implement this plan?

We are continuing activities from this year and prior years, such as the continued development of licensed homes, day activities, family support and training and more in 2018/19, such as:


  • Support for clients to move from State Developmental Centers to homes in the community
  • Support for children to live with families (their own family, foster family, or with a guardian)
  • Support for adults to live in home environments (in their own home with or without supported living services as needed, with their family)
  • Coordination of employment preparation and training, job development, and ongoing support for adults to find and maintain


You are invited to hear a presentation of our proposed plan and provide your input. We will present the plan and listen to your comments during the Public Meeting of the NBRC Board of Directors on September 5, 2018.


or send your written input by mail or email to:

January Crane, MPA

Department Manager

PO Box 3360 NAPA CA 94558

Email: jcrane@nbrc.net