NLACRC works with hundreds of highly skilled service providers who provide community-based, person-centered services. These providers are committed to our excellence in meeting the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities, and their families.
Service providers must be vendored by a regional center before they can provide and be reimbursed for services. "Vendorization" is the term used to describe the entire approval process involved in preparing to provide services to regional center consumers. While this process often involves obtaining licenses or approvals from other State and local agencies prior to becoming a vendor, the main point of contact is the local regional center. The application process starts there, and they will be your guide throughout the entire process.
For information about the vendorization, please see the How to Become a Service Provider