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It is the philosophy of the Regional Center that each client shall be provided with opportunities to participate in everyday living experiences that permit development to the highest potential.


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The San Diego Regional Center provides a variety of services to persons with developmental disabilities and their families that are based on individual needs and supports their independence.


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The San Diego Regional Center advocates for opportunities for persons with developmental disabilities to maximize potential and to experience full inclusion in all areas of community life.


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The San Diego Regional Center

The San Diego Regional Center is one of 21 Regional Centers for persons with developmental disabilities in the State of California. These centers were originally established to assist persons with intellectual disabilities and their families in locating and developing services and programs within their communities.

These original centers were established in 1965 under legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Frank Lanterman. The Lanterman Act became effective in 1969 and established the statewide Regional Center network. The Legislation later expanded the populations served to include persons with intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism, and other disabling conditions similar to intellectual disabilities.

The San Diego Regional Center was the third Regional Center established in California. It serves people living within the geographic boundaries of San Diego and Imperial counties.

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

 
1) New Opportunity for Input – SDRC Draft Plan of Correction for Caseload Ratio Non-compliance.

2) FDD The Foundation for Developmental Disabilities – assists individuals living with a developmental disability (cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism or intellectual disabilities) to face challenges in the course of learning, working and living in the community.
Please go to the Foundation Website for more information about current events.

3) Request for Proposals: Community Placement Plan 2014-2015 Mental Health Services Act Cycle 3 – The San Diego Regional Center is seeking proposals for 2 projects focused on transition age youth with intellectual disabilities and behavioral mental health challenges who utilize psychiatric hospitals.

  • The Psychiatric Navigation Project (Project #1) – RFP to provide services for transition age youth and their families as they enter a psychiatric hospital and assist with discharge planning. In addition it will provide post-discharge services after hospitalization. The provider selected for Project 1 will work in close collaboration with the San Diego Regional Center and with the Project 2 provider who will be conducting research and evaluation of the project.
  • RFP Research & Evaluation of the Psychiatric Navigation (Project #2) – RFP to provide research and will evaluate the project outcomes and effectiveness. This provider will work in close collaboration with the San Diego Regional Center and with the provider selected for Project 1.

If you have questions, please contact Dan Clark, Director, Community Services at 858-576-2856.

Please send all proposals by e-mail only to Lori Blair, SDRC Resource Coordinator lblair@gmail.com

Electronic copies of the proposals (PDFs) must be sent to the above email address no later than:
4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 27, 2014.

You will receive an e-mail reply confirming receipt of your proposal. If you do not receive email confirmation, your proposal may not have been received by SDRC.

Please note that any proposals received after this deadline will NOT be considered. This includes any faxed or hard-copy proposals. If you do not receive email confirmation, your proposal may not have been received by SDRC. If that occurs please call Dan Clark at 858-576-2856.