| March 12, 2021

Vaccine Update for Persons Served by RCEB

Effective March 15, 2021, all people served by regional centers in California ages 16-64 will be eligible for COVD-19 vaccines.  Vaccine availability due to supply is still limited but people can start making appointments. RCEB will be sending verification letters to all people served in this age group. Please check your mail and continue to […]


| March 5, 2021

What is Early Start?

Children – from birth to age three – who are experiencing or are at risk for a developmental delay/disability are also eligible, as are individuals believed to have at high risk of parenting a child with a developmental disability. All 21 regional centers across California remain open and are accepting referrals to the Early Start program, although […]


| March 2, 2021

RCEB is Recruiting Board Members

At this time, RCEB is particularly interested in applications from individuals who represent the Asian community as well as Self-Advocates. Please read the information flyer then fill out the application.


| January 20, 2021

How Can I Get Vaccinated?

People with developmental disabilities need vaccine priority! California’s continuing to get vaccines distributed, based on a special set of priority “phases.” It started with “Phase 1A,” which included health care workers and first responders. But people with developmental disabilities weren’t part of that group. Even though they are often at extra risk because of their […]


| November 18, 2020

DDS Family and Self-Advocate Survey – COVID Response

The California Department of Developmental Services is asking for your help as a family member or person served in completing the attached survey. If you are a community-based organization, please share this information with your families and persons served. This information will inform us, as a system, how COVID-19 has impacted our community and changed services. […]


| November 18, 2020

CAPTAIN (California Autism Professional Training Network) Study from SDSU

Are you an individual/family member on the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and can provide your opinions in a 1-hour focus group? The University is requesting input from the ASD population to aid in its resource development project to benefit ASD individuals living in linguistically diverse communities. You will also receive $50 for your input in […]


| November 16, 2020

Community Resource Development Plan (CRDP) Priorities Survey Results

Regional Center of the East Bay (RCEB) would like to thank you for filling out and submitting the survey regarding types of services and supports to meet current and future needs of individuals and their families in the community. The information gathered in this survey will be considered for new program development as part of […]


| July 17, 2020

Covid-19 Information for Health and Safety

We are concerned about your health and safety as we face this unprecedented and evolving COVID-19 Crisis. We want you to know that RCEB continues to be committed to serving your needs. We are reachable via phone or email. We have access to files and other information or records so we can assist you. As […]


| July 15, 2020

A glimpse at what’s in California’s new $202-billion state budget

Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday signed into law the key provisions of a new state budget, a spending plan that seeks to erase a historic deficit while preserving service levels for schools, healthcare and social services. The $202.1-billion budget, a blueprint for the fiscal year that begins on Wednesday, is unlikely to be the final effort […]


| July 12, 2020

Self-Determination Program Update

In October 2013, Governor Edmund G. Brown signed Senate Bill 468, authored by Senators Bill Emmerson and Jim Beall and co-authored by Assembly Members Holly Mitchell and Wesley Chesbro, into law. Read More