A Wide Array of Services
The Redwood Coast Regional Center provides a wide array of services to individuals who have a developmental disability, or who are at risk for disabilities, and their families. Some of the services provided by Redwood Coast Regional Center include diagnosis and eligibility assessment, information and referral, individualized planning and service coordination, purchase of necessary services included in a person’s individual program plan, advocacy for the protection of legal, civil and service rights, and family support. We also recognize that individuals with developmental disabilities and their families have unique and changing needs. We seek to meet those needs by providing information and services that are community-based, flexible, accessible and responsive to each unique situation.
How to Apply for Services
If you live in Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, and Mendocino Counties, you can apply for regional center services by phone or by written request.
The intake process for infants and toddlers birth to age 36 months begins by calling the Early Start Intake line at (707) 462-3832.
An Early Start Information Packet is available to families at the time of Intake, or a PDF version may be downloaded here.
- DDS ES Information Packet_English
- DDS ES Information Packet_Spanish
- DDS ES Information Packet_Hmong (Coming Soon)
- DDS ES Information Packet_Vietnamese (Coming Soon)
Anyone over age 3 and is suspected of having a developmental disability may apply for services by contacting our Intake Coordinator at (707) 462-3832, ext 238.
The Redwood Coast Regional Center provides or coordinates quality services and supports that may include the following services found on our Services List.
Additional information about services provided by RCRC and regional centers around the state can be found on the DDS Services and Initiatives page.