Current Projects

The Center’s core values of integrity, impact, and inclusion will guide its work and operations, and ensure that it is responsive, accountable, and respectful to the needs and interests of the IDD community and its partners. The Center’s vision is to be a trusted and influential policy center that advances the rights, dignity, and well-being of people with IDD in California.

The CPCIDD strategic planning process resulted in the following four focus areas for CPCIDD:

EARLY START SERVICES

EMPLOYMENT

HOUSING

DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL
(DSP) WORKFORCE

SPECIAL PROJECTS


CPCIDD is a non-profit organization that must conform
to the restrictions associated with political activity and
lobbying. However, CPCIDD is permitted to educate the
legislature on issues of importance to the IDD community.

– CPCIDD can inform the legislature about all the related
problems/policy issues related to housing.
– Develop an “all things” IDD policy brief.
– Educate legislators and develop their knowledge
related to issues within the IDD community.