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Request for Proposals-Community Placement Plan-Start-Up Funding Available
Redwood Coast Regional Center (RCRC) is one of 21 locally-based, non-profit corporations that contract with the State of California to develop and coordinate community resources and supports for people with developmental disabilities and their families. RCRC serves Californians who reside in Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, and Mendocino Counties.
RCRC received approval from the State Department of Developmental Services for start-up funding to carry out RCRC's 2012-2013 Community Placement Plan (CPP). See the Request for Proposals (RFP) captioned below. CPP funding is provided, in part, to develop resources necessary to support individuals leaving State Developmental Centers, as well as support indivduals who are at risk of losing their community living arrangements-thereby deflecting them from entering a State Developmental Center.
The proposed projects for the fiscal year 2012-2013 reflect the need of RCRC's four-county catchment areas. RCRC may elect to fund all, part, or none of the proposed projects, depending on funding availability as approved by DDS, the quality of proposals received, and pending the approval of the projects as written.
Redwood Coast Regional Center Request for Proposals Announcment: 2012-2013 Community Placement Plan Start-Up Funds Available for Two Separate Proposals. For details, please click here.
Contract Awards, please click here
Request for Proposals Procurement of Services Policy- No Start-Up Funding
To address service needs in Redwood Coast Regional Center's (RCRC) service area, and as mandated by the California Department of Devleopmental Services, a Request for Propsal (RFP) procedure for procurement of services and supports has been established. In order to utilize RCRC's resources most effectively, participation in the RFP process will not be required for services and supports whose annual POS expenditure is less than $400,000. To view RCRC's Procurement Policy in its entirety, click the link below: