California's State Transition Plan has Initial Approval
Members of LU worked hard attending meetings and speaking up for choice and our state has listened. Where other states set a restriction on how many disabled can live in a residence, ours did not.
We're not completely out of the woods just yet, there's still the issue of "heightened scrutiny." See this LETTER to understand more about what other states are saying about heightened scrutiny. We have spoken with our House of Representatives for Alameda and Contra Costa and will soon be having one on one meetings to discuss how to give special needs individuals more choices in housing, not less.