The DDPC provides funding (grants) for the development and implementation of demonstration projects in New York State. These projects are developed by the Council in response to identified needs of people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and must fulfill one or more goals within the DDPC State Plan. All projects are funded in accordance with New York State Public Finance Law and are subject to strict supervision by the New York State Office of State Comptroller. The Council Membership must review and approve every dollar spent on project funding.
Due to new federal guidance, at this time we are not accepting new applications for our Small Grants Programs, which includes Conference, Language Translation, and Publications Funding. We are hoping to redesign the Small Grants Program in the coming months, so please stay tuned for future grant opportunities.
If you want to be added to our listserv to learn about future funding opportunities, pertinent events, and DDPC workgroups, please contact us.
Restraint and Seclusion Landscape Analysis, Technical Assistance Resource Center, and Advocacy
The New York State Developmental Disabilities Planning Council is announcing availability of grant funds to:
Fund one grantee up to $400,000 ($150,000 in Year 1, and $250,000 in Year 2) to implement an environmental scan, hold stakeholder focus groups and forums across multiple New York State Service systems, showcase best practices in reducing restrictive interventions, and establish a statewide set of principles that provide guidance for providers to reduce their use of restraints and seclusion as behavioral interventions, with specific focus on individuals with intellectual, developmental (ID/DD) and other disabilities.