Board of Directors

Overview
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Board of Directors Training

As required under section 4622 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, ACRC provides training to the Board of Directors on a regular basis. In May and September of each year the Board conducts training that is separate from the Board meetings. Additionally, the Board regularly conducts training during, or just prior to Board meetings. You can review Board of Directors Training by fiscal year.

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Conflict of Interest Policy

Members of the Board of Directors and all employees, including the Executive Director, shall avoid any conflict of interest between their respective personal, professional, business interests and the interest of ACRC in any and all actions taken by them on behalf of ACRC. A conflict of interest is defined as any activity, event, transaction or action that may influence or benefit a Board member, employee or family member of a Board member or employee.

Conflict of Interest Policy

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Transparency and Public Information Policy

Alta California Regional Center (ACRC) recognizes the importance of transparency and accountability to the community it serves. ACRC is committed to reporting information with accuracy, transparency and maintaining full compliance with the laws, rules and regulations that govern ACRC’s business pursuant to the Lanterman Developmental Disabilities Service Act.