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
HRC 2020-21 Request for Proposals
Submissions due by 3:00 pm Friday, May 21, 2021
The Department of Developmental Services (DDS) is accepting
Community Placement Program (CPP) and Community Resource
Development Program (CRDP) projects from California Regional
Centers. Per the FY2021 CPP/CRDP Regulations, the regional center
must post for public input 15-days prior to submission to DDS.
The DDS submission deadline is December 1, 2020. DDS has
projected that awards will be announced to the regional centers
in January 2021.
During the months of March 1 – May 31, 2020, the Department of
Community Services obtained input from our Service Provider
Advisory Committee, Client Services Departments, Parent Support
Groups, and Community Services Teams to determine HRC’s resource
needs for the CPP/CRDP proposals. Based upon the input received,
the following programs were identified as priorities for resource
1. INFANT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (proposed for Norwalk /
The Early Intervention Site based program will serve up to 50
children from ages 18 months-3 years in the North Eastern part of
the HRC Service Area. This program will provide an infant
development program to Early Start children identified with
moderate to severe developmental delays. Staff will have language
capacity to serve Spanish-speaking families. See RFP Below.
The Dental Project will serve HRC children and adults who are
without adequate access to dental health resources and may
benefit from a community-based resource. The project will use
funding to collaborate with a local health clinic or dental group
to provide dental sensitivity training, non-anesthesia dental
services, and periodontal maintenance for HRC clients.
The Specialized Supported Living Services will serve 15
individuals transitioning from Porterville Secure Treatment
Program or requiring a community living alternative for
deflection due to involvement with the criminal justice system
and/or affected by repeated psychiatric hospitalizations. Startup
will include extensive transition services and specialized
training for staff to support individuals who may have
co-occurring mental health issues or present with serious
behavioral challenges that jeopardize living arrangements and can
result in homelessness.
2020 Community Resource Development Contract Awards
In 2019, we identified priorities for resource development. The
Department of Developmental Services approved 2019-20 Community
Resource Development Funding for these services.
The following service providers were awarded these Community
Placement Plan/Community Resource Development Program project
grants. Please send your inquiry about RFP awards