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 the here.
Alta California Regional Center (ACRC) has a conflict of interest policy to assure that employees and members of the Board of Directors avoid any conflict of interest. Laws governing the regional centers require that any potential or present conflict of interest that cannot be eliminated must be submitted to the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) with a plan that proposes mitigation measures. The DDS must follow a process as stipulated in Title 17 of the California Code of Regulations to review and approve proposed mitigation measures.
Annually, Alta California Regional Center (ACRC), in compliance with current law, develops a performance contract to help measure our performance measured against state and local standards. Below is the current and prior calendar year performance contract as approved by the Department of Developmental Services (DDS), as well as the prior year contract and year-end report.
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Regional Centers are required by law to report various information to the Department of Developmental Services and also post the information on their web site. The sections below contain that information.