The ELARC Consumer Advisory Committee (CAC) is made up of adult individuals who are served directly by the Eastern Los Angeles Regional Center. Their role is to give input to the Board of Directors about matters that are important to the individuals that the Regional Center serves. The members of the CAC are committed to expanding their membership, spreading the word about self advocacy, and playing a leadership role in the agency and in the state.
The CAC meetings focus on both business and information. The first half of the meeting is dedicated to discussion and updates from the ELARC Executive Director. The second half of the meeting focuses on a guest speaker presenting on a topic of importance to CAC members. Click here to view our brochure.
CAC meetings are videoconferenced between the Alhambra office Boardroom located at 1000 S. Fremont in Alhambra, 91803 and the Whittier office conference room located at 13215 Penn St #410 in Whittier, 90602.
The Consumer Advisory Committee for 2017!
This is a meeting FOR consumers, run BY consumers. Get involved in 2017! The CAC is also a great way to meet other consumers/peers and have a bite to eat. For a complete list of 2017 dates view the flyer here.
For the 2017 schedule of ELARC meetings, including Board of Directors and Advisory Committees, view the flyer here. For flyers in different languages, please visit the Board of Directors page here. If you have any questions, please contact Jesse Padilla at (626) 299-4854.
Please Note: these are consumer-run meetings.
September 19, 2017: The CAC invites you to attend a training on Voter Registration. This session is from 4:00pm to 6:00pm. For more information, please view the flyer here.
View information on the state Consumer Advisory Committee to the Department of Developmental Services and other important self advocacy news.
Early Start's New Parent Orientation
- Date: June 27, 2017 10:00 AM
- Location: ELARC Central Office
1000 South Fremont
Alhambra, California 91802
New parents of ELARC Early Start,
Come to this informative Early Start program orientation. Discussion topics will be:
- What is the Early Start Program?
- What is my role as the parent, and what does a Service Coordinator do?
- What happens after my child turns 3?
- How can the Family Resource Center and other support agencies help me?
Let your Service Coordinator know you are interested in attending. For complete details and for a full list of 2017 dates, please view the flyer here.