Community Resource Development Plan – Development Priorities

for Fiscal Year 2020-2021

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The 2017 Budget Trailer Bill, Assembly Bill 107, amended WIC Section 4418.25 and added WIC Section 4679, authorizing the Department of Developmental Services – when it determines that sufficient funding has been appropriated and reserved for a fiscal year for purposes of 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.  

The Community Resource Development Plan (CRDP), which is submitted by the regional center to request these funds, must be accompanied by assessments of community capacity and needs for all crisis services.  

ACRC received 148 responses to this year’s CRDP Priorities Survey.

As the result of the stakeholder engagement process, ACRC’s Development Priorities include:

Supported Employment
Access to Affordable Housing
Day Program/Social Skills
Day Program/Behavioral
Psychiatric Services
Respite In-Home
Access to Technology
Transportation (throughout catchment area)
Residential Care Home – Level 4
In-Home Behavioral Supports for Children
Support Group for Parents of Children with Co-Occurring I/DD and Mental Health

We will host a public meeting via Webex on November 30 at 9:30 am to discuss ACRC’s CRDP development.