Yes. Your regional center may offer self-advocacy training, facilitation, and peer advocates.Section 4512(b). They may offer transportation to meetings, pay for conferences held by self-advocacy groups, or hire the facilitator you choose for your IPP meetings. If you get supported living, you can get advocacy, self-advocacy training, and facilitation services.Section 4689(c).
Regional centers can also help you get involved in activities like serving on a board of directors. They can help you with training, transportation, and facilitation. If you want these services and supports, they must be in your IPP.