VENDORS & SERVICE PROVIDERS
This section of our website is designed to provide information and resources for those interested in becoming service providers or those currently vendored to provide services to clients of Westside Regional Center (WRC). Click on the categories below to learn more.
Become A Service Provider
This page provides information and requirements for those interested in becoming authorized to provide services (becoming “vendored”) to WRC individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. It also answers frequently asked questions and informs entities of their right to appeal a regional center decision.
This page provides opportunities for interested applicants to provide services in areas of need or to develop innovative services, facilities, homes, etc., using start-up funding provided by the Department of Developmental Services (DDS).
This page provides our current network of service providers with information regarding e-billing, forms, policies, reimbursement rates, Home & Community Based Services, Employment First, and other resources.
Vendors and long-term health care facilities must report suspected abuse, neglect, an injury requiring medical attention, unplanned hospitalization, and missing persons if they occur when a consumer is receiving services funded by a regional center (under vendored care). In addition, any consumer mortality or a consumer being the victim of a crime must be reported whether or not it occurred while the consumer was under vendored care.
This page provides current service providers with the latest news and updates, access to our service provider directory, information regarding rights as a vendor/service provider, opportunities to join our advisory committees, and available training/professional development events.