Current Service Providers


If you are an existing vendor and are interested in developing a “NEW” vendored service, your current vendorizations must be in good standing. To start to this process please complete a New Proposed Service (NPS ) form and list all active vendor numbers. You must also provide a brief description of your New Proposed Services and the programs expected outcomes. As an existing provider you are not required to submit references however, you are required to submit an updated resume reflecting your experience and education related to your New Proposed Service.


All vendors are responsible for reporting any changes to an existing vendorization. Reportable changes to an existing vendorization may include but are not limited to the below. To report these changes please complete the Vendor Change Request form at Sign Now.

  • Name
  • Address and/or  License Site Location Change
  • Ownership Change
  • Program Design
  • Program Closure

Vendorization changes can result in a vendor file review.  A vendor file review includes updating expired insurance policies, professional licenses, completing and submitting required vendor documents. NBRC will work closely with vendors on this process.


Documents such as insurance or professional license may be sent directly to  Please be sure to include the name of the vendored program and vendor number(s) associated with the attachments.


Are you a service provider with vacancies in your program? Let us know! Email a completed vacancy form ( NBRC Vacancy Information) to


Are you  a Service Provider with questions about eBilling? Click on eBilling Instructions and Enrollment Instructions.


Service Providers Independent Audits and Review

Section 4652.5 was added to the Welfare & Institutions Code on March 24, 2011, requiring specified vendors to contract with an independent accounting firm for an audit or review of their financial statements.

Under current law, service providers who are paid an amount more than or equal to $500,000 but less than $2 million in the vendor’s fiscal year from regional center payments shall be required to obtain an independent review conducted by a CPA firm. Providers that are paid by regional centers an amount equal to or more than $2 million shall obtain an independent audit of its financial statements. Vendors need to submit their audit/report to NBRC within nine (9) months of the end of their fiscal year.

Request for Exemption

Service providers may request a 2-year waiver for the next audited report/review if the independent CPA audit report or independent review show an unmodified opinion or if the report has no material findings that impact regional center services.

Please submit the Independent CPA audited report/review and the request for exemption letter to


Community Resource Development Plan FY 22/23 – 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


For FY 22/23, NBRC gathered stakeholder input via survey and determined the below local priorities for NBRC’s Community Resource Development Plan:

Target Population: 0-3yrs

*Infant Development Programs


*Individualized/ Family Training

Target Population: 3-12yrs

*Behavior Therapeutic Services

*Intensive behavior services for children with Autism

*Socialization skills/ training program

Target Population: 13-18yrs

* Socialization skills/ training program

* Behavior Therapeutic Services

* Individualized/ Family Training

Target Population: 18-59
* Independent/ SLS
* Day Services with focus on employment
* Residential license facilities

Target Population:  60yrs ( +)
* Independent/ SLS
* Residential license facilities

Last Year Survey Results
For FY 20/21, NBRC gathered stakeholder input via survey and determined the below local priorities for NBRC’s Community Resource Development Plan:

  • Day/Employment Programs that focus on competitive integrated employment
  • Behavior Therapy for children
  • Social Training for teens
  • Home Health Care Services for Seniors
  • Affordable Housing
  • Licensed Residential Homes
  • Services that focus on Autism
  • Services that focus on Substance Abuse