The professional organization for the residential provider.

Sad News, CRSA Is No More


So many changes have happened over the last couple of years, the board voted to disband the organization. Anyone who has already paid their dues for 2019 will receive their money back.

This is sad for all of us, CRSA has played an important part in making changes for residential care, those we shared our homes and lives with, and for providers. Through our newsletter, we’ve kept our members informed about new regulations and changes.

Over the years we lobbied in Sacramento, were instrumental in making changes in regulations, and among the first to teach administrator classes and CEUs. When we were doing that we had a large membership and funds to finance all that we did.

We no longer have the funds or the manpower to continue.

We had a great 30 year run, and we are proud of our accomplishments.

We wish the best for you and your clients in the coming year.

The books will be audited and we plan to have a final meeting on January 24th at 9:30 a.m., at Ryan’s Place on Mooney Blvd. in Visalia. You are welcome to join us.

President: Kathy Lewis

Vice-President: Todd Bradberry

Secretary/Treasurer: Camille Nieblas

Bookkeeper: Judy Brown

Newsletter Editor: Marilyn Meredith

Thank you,


California Residential Services Association

CRSA represents providers of residential service to children, adults and seniors, especially those who are caring for persons with developmental disabilities.

CRSA is dedicated to helping providers know their rights and how to use them.

Through the CRSA monthly newsletter and E-mail news, we will publish the latest news from Sacramento, the Departments of Developmental and Social Services, and how that news relates to your business of providing residential care and training.

CRSA reports on trends which may affect your business and suggest ways to use these trends to your advantage.

New regulations are discussed and what these regulations really mean. Providers' problems, solutions, and suggested solutions are published in the newsletter as well.

Continuing Education is provided that is relevant to providers of groups homes, adult residential facilities and residential care facilities regardless of the types of clients served.

Why You Should Consider Joining CRSA

California Residential Services Association is worth joining in order to get the newsletter. This is the only newsletter about residential care from the point-of-view of the provider.

Yes, you’ll learn about new regulations—but also what they will actually mean to you and your business.

You’ll also be brought up to date about things your regional center will never tell you.

Are there things you ought to be doing that you aren’t? Remember, ignorance is never an accepted excuse.

Include your email address when you sign up, and you’ll receive any breaking news—and if there is anything you can do to help change things.

You can email the editor and ask for specific topics to be discussed or questions answered. (The editor is knowledgeable on both Title 22 and Title 17 regulations.)

Regulations and requirements for residential care are constantly changing, stay in the know by becoming a member of CRSA.