Resources for Current Service Providers

RCOC offers an extensive array of online resources and information to the hundreds of organizations – large and small – that partner with us to provide services and supports to people with developmental disabilities and their families in Orange County.

REMINDER THAT BRIDGE FUNDING ENDS APRIL 30, 2020

This is a reminder that the time-limited 2.1% rate increase, aka Bridge Funding, will end on April 30, 2020.  Bridge Funding was approved for some vendors in “high-cost” counties and was effective for twelve (12) months, from May 1, 2019 to April 30, 2020.

Effective May 1, 2020, the rates for the services codes listed below will be reduced by the Department of Developmental Services. 

  • 505 Activity Center
  • 510 Adult Development Center
  • 515 Behavior Management Program
  • 520 Independent Living Program
  • 525 Social Recreation Program
  • 805 Infant Development Program
  • 862 In-Home Respite Agency
  • 905 Residential Adults – Owner Operated
  • 910 Residential Child – Owner Operated
  • 915 Residential Adults – Staff Operated
  • 920 Residential Child – Staff Operated






Minimum Wage January 1, 2020
   Rate Adjustment Notice Due to Minimum Wage, January 1, 2020
   DDS’ Summary of Rate Changes due to SB 3 Minimum Wage Increase, January 1, 2020
   DDS’ Letter Regarding Vendor Rate Adjustments for Minimum Wage Dated December 16, 2019
   2020 Minimum Wage Rate Adjustment Request Workbook (MS Excel)
   2020 Minimum Wage Rate Adjustment Request for 896 Supported Living Services

Minimum Wage, January 1, 2019
   Rate Adjustment Notice Due to Minimum Wage, January 1, 2019
   DDS’ Summary of Rate Changes due to SB 3 Minimum Wage Increase, January 1, 2019
   DDS’ Letter Regarding Vendor Rate Adjustments for Minimum Wage Dated November 27, 2018
   2019 Minimum Wage Rate Adjustment Request Workbook (MS Excel)
   2019 Budget Adjustment Request for Supportive Living (896)