Coordinated Family Services (CFS) Pilot Program

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In June 2022, the State’s Budget Trailer Bill for developmental services, SB 188 (Chapter 49, Statutes of 2022), added Welfare and Institutions Code section 4688.06, establishing the Coordinated Family Support (CFS) Services Pilot Program.

The CFS Pilot Program recognizes the right of adults with disabilities to reside in the family home. Also, the CFS Pilot Program acknowledges that adults with developmental disabilities and their families may need services tailored to their unique needs while creating a respectful atmosphere mindful of the family’s language, ethnicity, and culture.

Current CFS Provider:

Phone: (909) 466-9973
Brochure: English | Spanish

We are also happy to inform that IRC will soon announce 3 new CFS vendors to increase our options available to serve the Inland Empire communities. Stay tuned!

To learn more about the CFS Pilot Program, including fact sheets, links, and videos, visit:

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Inland Regional Center's Community Engagement Unit can be reached at [email protected]

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