RIDDC State Plan (2016)
Federal law requires the Council to identify ways to improve services for individuals and their families, and to submit these to the federal government in the form of a State Plan. The Plan addresses specific information required by federal law within specified priority areas, and includes the Council's determination of Rhode Island's priority issues and resulting Council goals and objectives for the time period covered by the Plan. The Plan must by approved by the federal Administration on Developmental Disabilities.
The Council's state plan (2016) emphasizes the work that needs to be done to build a strong disability advocacy alliance to address critical issues faced by men, women and children with developmental disabilities.
For more information on the planning process, activities of the various objectives or other aspects of the State Plan contact the Council at email@example.com or call the Council Office at