Audits & Reviews
Independent Audit Requirement for Vendors
The Department of Developmental Services (DDS) requires specified vendors to contract with an independent accounting firm for an audit or review of their financial statements
Read more→ Independent Audit Requirement For Vendors
Department of Developmental Services (DDS) Audit
The DDS Audit Branch completed an audit of WRC during a specified period.
Read more→ Final Audit Report for Fiscal Years 10-11, 11-12
Read more→ Final Audit Report for Fiscal Years 07-08, 08-09, 09-10
Bi-Annual Home and Community-Based Services Waiver Program Review
The Department of Developmental Services (DDS) and the Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) conducted the federal compliance monitoring review of the HCBS Waiver at WRC in order to ensure its implementation in accordance with Medicaid statute and regulations.
Read more→ The biannual Home and Community-based Service Waiver program review conducted by the State and the Department of Health Care Services
Lista de Proveedores de Servicios
This list contains the names, type of service, and contact information of all purchase of service vendors, except consumers or family members of consumers. WIC 4629.5(b)(6)
View the list→ Lista de Proveedores de Servicios
Every year, the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) contracts with regional centers in California to serve consumers and families. And, every year DDS looks at how well the regional centers are doing. These reports will give you information about Westside Regional Center.
Annual Performance Contract
WRC Performance Contract 2019
WRC Performance Contract 2018
WRC Performance Contract For 2017
WRC Contrato de Rendimiento del 2017
WRC Performance Contract For 2016
WRC Performance Contract For 2015
WRC Performance Contract For 2014
WRC Performance Contract For 2013
WRC Performance Contract For 2012
WRC Performance Contract for 2011
WRC Performance Contract for 2010
WRC Performance Contract for 2009
WRC Performance Contract For 2008
WRC Performance Contract For 2007
WRC Performance Contract For 2006
Performance Contract Year End Report
WRC Performance Contract Year End Report For 2017*
WRC Performance Contract Year End Report For 2016*
WRC Performance Contract Year End Report For 2015*
WRC Performance Contract Year End Report For 2014*
WRC Performance Contract Year End Report For 2013*
WRC Performance Contract Year End Report for 2012*
WRC Performance Contract Year End Report For 2011*
WRC Performance Contract Year End Report For 2010*
WRC Performance Contract Year End Report For 2009*
WRC Performance Contract Year End Report For 2008*
WRC Draft Performance Contract for 2007*
WRC Performance Contract for 2006*
Conflict of Interest Policy
The policy ensures that regional center board members and employees act in the course of their duties solely in the best interest of regional center consumers and their families without regard to the interests of any other organization with which they are associated or persons to whom they are related. Board members, employees, and others acting on the regional center’s behalf shall be free from conflicts of interest that could adversely influence their judgment, objectivity, or loyalty to the regional center, its consumers, or its mission. WIC, Section 4626(a).
Read the CIP for WRC Employees→ CONFLICT OF INTEREST STANDARDS for Regional Center Employees 6-24-2011
Read the CIP for Board Members→Conflict of Interest Board Standards Statement 6-24-2011
Transparency and Public Information Policy
The purpose of the board approved “Transparency and Public Information Policy” is to establish guidelines for timely public access to information and records in accordance with Welfare and Institutions Code (WIC), Section 4629.5, 4640.6(k), 4639, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and the state’s contract with the regional center.
Read more→ The Board-approved transparency and public information policy
Protocol for Disbursement for Start-Up and Developmental Funding Policy
The WRC contract with the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) includes a provision, under Article II. Program Provisions, (2) Resource Development that regional centers may choose to utilize POS funds for selected new program development. The contract requires that the regional center develop and maintain a written policy for the disbursement of start-up monies.
Read more→ Protocol for Disbursement for Start-Up and Development Funding – Board Approved | WRC RFP Policy
Protocol for Resource Development—Identified Service Needs—Request for Proposal Policy
The WRC contract with the Department of Developmental Services (DDS) includes a provision, under Article II. Program Provisions, (2) Resource Development that regional centers must have a Board approved policy specifying the circumstances under which the regional center will issue requests for proposal to address a service need.
Notice of Privacy Practices
This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information. Please review it carefully.
Regional Center or Vendor/Contractor Whistleblower complaints are defined as the reporting of an“improper regional center or vendor/contractor activity”.
Zero Tolerance Policy for Abuse or Neglect
Westside Regional Center will protect the rights of adults and children with developmental disabilities. Under the direction of Welfare and Institutions Code (WIC) 15630 and Public Code (PC) 1164-11174.3, WRC will maintain a zero tolerance for abuse and neglect for the individuals we serve.
Purchase of Service (POS) Data
Efforts to Reduce Purchase of Service Disparities
In 2016, ABX2 1 (Chapter 3, Statutes of 2016) added Welfare and Institutions (W&I) Code section 4519.5(h), which allocated $11 million to the Department of Developmental Services (Department) to assist regional centers (RCs) in the implementation of strategies to reduce disparities in regional centers’ purchase of services (POS). In Fiscal Year (FY) 2016/17, the Department reviewed RC proposals and approved funding for projects to increase opportunities for equitable access to services and supports.
Purchase of Services Expenditure and Demographic Data
Westside Regional Center (WRC) presents the following data as required by the Lanterman Act (W&I Code §4519.5). This data for fiscal year 2015-2016 shows WRC purchase of service (POS) authorizations, expenditures and utilization by different demographic categories as outlined in the law. In addition, there are new reports that show data related to copayments and coinsurance. WRC encourages you to review the expenditure and demographic data.
Purchase Of Service—WRC Public Meeting Reports
The following reports and/or PowerPoint’s contain information on the results from our annual public meetings discussing purchase of service disparities.
2018 PPT Slides
2017 PPT Slides
Report to DDS
Regional Center Annual Tax and Financial Information
Below is the Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax, Form 990. WIC 4629.5(a) & IRS.
Form 990 2016
Form 990 2015
Form 990 2014
Form 990 2013
Form 990 2012
Form 990 2011
Form 990 2010
Form 990 2009
Form 990 2008
Form 990 2007
This is the Independent Auditors’ Report on WRC’s financial statements and related statements of activities, functional expenses, and cash flows for the years then ended.
June 30, 2016 and 2015 Financials
June 30, 2015 and 2014 Financials
June 30, 2013 and 2014 Financials
June 30, 2012 and 2013 Financials
June 30, 2011 and 2012 Financials
June 30, 2010 and 2011 Financials
June 20, 2009 and 2010 Financials
W & I Code Reports
Prior fiscal year expenditures from the regional center operations budget for all administrative services, including managerial, consultant, accounting, personnel, labor relations, and legal services, whether procured under a written contract or otherwise. WIC 4629.5(b)(3) and (13).
Bylaws of the Regional Center Governing Board
Bylaws are the rules that outline how the WRC Board will operate
Personnel Classification Reports
Current salary schedule for all personnel classifications. WIC 4629.5(b)(3) and (13).