Service Providers

RFP 2018-19

Requests for Proposals

Harbor Regional Center (HRC) is a private non-profit organization under contract with the State of California Department of Developmental Services. HRC is part of a statewide network of 21 Regional Centers responsible for the coordination and development of services to meet the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities. Our service area is located in the southern and southwestern L.A. County, and includes Torrance, Harbor, Bellflower, and Long Beach health districts.

HRC evaluates the resource needs of our clients and the business needs of our Center on an ongoing basis, and periodically invites prospective service providers to submit proposals.We thank all potential service providers for their interest in these projects or future specialized development and requests for proposals.

Request for Proposal Website Redesign

Deadline for Submission: October 12, 2018
We are seeking an agency to redesign our website and intranet with accessibility and engagement as the key goals. The audience for the website includes existing and potential clients and their families, service providers, community partners, our staff and individuals interested in working at HRC. HRC’s current website is rich with information and resources. The redesign should include recommendations on how to reorganize and edit this content to make it easier for our audience to navigate and find the information they want. The redesign should meet our present needs while also be built to grow and be flexible to accommodate new features as needed.
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HRC 2018-19 Community Resource Development Planning

Harbor Regional Center has been gathering input over the past year, in meetings with our community, regarding the needs of the people we serve. We anticipate that we will issue a Request for Proposals in the late fall of 2018, upon approval of start up funds from the Department of Developmental Services. At this time we have identified the following priorities for resource development.

  • Licensed homes for up to three adults, that can support individuals with:
    -Complex behavior support needs and mental health diagnoses, including individuals that are transitioning from a State Developmental Center or other institutional setting into the community;
    -Health care conditions requiring care by licensed staff, such as diabetes.
  • Specialized Supported Living Services, to serve clients with a variety of mental health, behavioral or health challenges, including individuals that are transitioning from a State Developmental Center or other institutional setting into the community.
  • Specialized Supported Employment Services, to serve clients with a variety of mental health, behavioral or health challenges.
  • Crisis Services that can provide mobile support to individuals living in licensed residential care, independent and supported living settings, or with their family.

We invite you to email us you comments on the above identified priorities for resource development.

We will submit our community resource development plans to the Department of Developmental Services for approval of funding. Request for Proposals will be issued upon approval of development funds by the Department.