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Regional Center, State andFederal Policies

Regional Center:

WRC Competitive Integrated Employment (CIE) & Paid Internship Program (PIP) Incentives

Brochures:  *NEW*

Program Design Addendum for Vendors:

*Submit Vendor Program Design Addendum electronically to

CIE & PIP Vendor Forms:

*Submit Vendor Forms electronically to

CIE-PIP Technical Process:

Initial DDS Funding Announcement:

DDS Letter- Internships

DDS Letter- CIE Incentive Payments

*For more information regarding internships and job placement, contact WRC Community Services Department

WRC Employment First Policy:


CA Department of Developmental Services:

WRC Work Services Form Process Requirements

WRC Supported Employment IP Funding Request Requirements

CA Department of Rehabilitation:

WRC DOR – Supported Employment Flowchart



ABLE Savings Plans:


Guidance Released- CIE & Incentive Programs

Changes for Competitive Employment- ABX 2 1 Bill

Employment First Policy Summary SCDD CECY




ARCA Developmental Services Funding Increase – Bill Summary

ARCA Mission for Employment Initiative


DDS HCBS Fact Sheet English 2017

DDS HCBS Fact Sheet Spanish 2017


The CMS Final Rule requires that all home and community-based settings meet certain qualifications for integration and support, enabling full access to the greater community; promoting individual choice, rights, freedom and  independence in making life choices, including regarding services and who provides them.


2017-18 HCBS Final Rule Compliance Funding Process- January 5th 2018 Deadline for Eligible Providers:

By January 5, 2018 service providers need to submit the required information to Pam Arturi, HCBS Manager at to be considered for initial approval

NASDDS HCBS_Report_11 2017

HCBS Provider Self-Assessment DRAFT 10 2017


Fact Sheet HCB Settings Rule

APSE Action Alert- HCBS Toolkit for Final Rule Preparation

CMS Final Rule Regulatory Requirements for HCB Settings


The Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) is transforming federally funded job training programs across the country to ensure that everyone can get the skills and training they need to be part of the 21st century workforce; while providing people with disabilities the services and support they need to be successful in competitive, integrated employment.

APSE Alert-WIOA- 511 & 14C Updates                                                                             

WIOA Factsheet

WIOA Guidance Letter- Update to Providers 2-23-16


DOL ODEP Disability Employment Policy