Resource Needs and Requests for Proposals

Community Resource Development Plan –                        NBRC’s Local Priorities

A Community Resource Development Plan (CRDP) is developed by each regional center in California with stakeholder input. This plan will be used to develop new resources for individuals with developmental disabilities living in the community.

The 2017 Budget Trailer Bill, Assembly Bill 107, amended The Lanterman Act Section 4418.25 and added Section 4679, authorizing the Department of Developmental Services – when it determines that sufficient funding has been appropriated and reserved for a fiscal year for the Community Placement Plan (CPP) – to allocate the remaining CPP funds to regional centers for purposes of community resource development to address services and supports needs of consumers living in the community.

NBRC gathered stakeholder input via survey and public meeting and determined the below local priorities for NBRC’s Community Resource Development Plan:
  • Adult Residential for individuals with behavioral service needs
  • Child Residential for individuals with intense behavioral service needs
  • Early Start-Infant Development and Family Training
  • Substance abuse treatment and training
  • Intensive behavior services for individuals with Autism
  • Crisis services for all ages

NBRC will submit its 2018-19 fiscal year Community Resource Development Plan to the Department of Developmental Services by August 31, 2018.  Once the plan is approved by the Department of Developmental Services, NBRC will publish Requests for Proposals asking service providers to develop new services to meet these priorities.

If you have additional input to provide on NBRC’s local priorities, please email courtneys@nbrc.net prior to August 31, 2018.

 

 

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