The Department of Developmental Services is responsible for designing and coordinating a wide array of services for California residents with developmental disabilities. These services are provided through a statewide system of 21 locally-based regional centers. Regional centers are nonprofit private corporations that have offices throughout California to provide a local resource to help find and access the many services available to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Both geographic accessibility and population density were considered when selecting locations for the 21 regional centers. The catchment area boundaries for the regional centers conform to county boundaries or groups of counties, except in Los Angeles County, which is divided into seven areas, each served by a regional center.
The Regional Centers have a variety of supports and services from infant to adult.
The two Regional Centers that support Pasadena Unified are:
How to determine what Regional Center you belong to: Click Here
Parents' Place Contact Information
Connie Kwok, Family Support Specialist
California Children's Services (CCS) is a statewide program that coordinates and pays for medical care and therapy services for children under 21 years of age with certain health care needs. Los Angeles County CCS is part of the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health. We work with private insurance, Medi-Cal Healthy Families, and Healthy Kids.
California Children's Services (CCS )
Toll Free #: 1-800-288-4584
Fax Number: 1-855-481-6821