Regional Center service providers offer a variety of services for consumers and families. Service providers must be vendored by the regional center before they can provide and be reimbursed for services. Vendorization is the term used to describe the entire approval process involved in preparing to provide services to regional center consumers. This process often involves obtaining licenses or approvals from other State and local agencies prior to becoming a vendor with the regional center.
If you are interested in becoming a regional center vendored service provider, please review the following:
- DDS Vendorization and Rates Home Page
- Title 17 of the California Code of Regulations
- Lanterman Act and Related Laws
- Types of Services
After review of this material, please submit a Letter of Intent
Please note that due to the limited time constraints for development, we request that applicants only submit letter of intent for services that address ELARC's immediate needs listed below:
- Pediatric Occupational Therapy
- Pediatric Physical Therapy
- Pediatric Speech and Language Therapy
- Children's Residential Facilities
- See also Grant Opportunities for needed services
RESIDENTIAL SERVICES ORIENTATION
New ELARC residential services providers and administrators are required to attend a residential services provider orientation (RSO.) The RSO is presented twice a year, on three consecutive Mondays in the months of June and December. To register for this training, or to be added to the mailing list, please contact the Community Services Office Assistant at 626.299.4847. Eight weeks prior to this training, a registration form will be mailed to your address. Please note that dates are subject to change. Please contact the Community Services Office Assistant to confirm.