Yes. You still have rights under the Lanterman Act, including the right to assessments, person-centered planning, and to live in the least restrictive, most integrated setting.
If you are not on the CPP list, your regional center will not get additional funding to help you move to a community setting. But, you have the right to get the services and supports listed in your IPP that would allow you to live in the most integrated setting possible. You can also get the services you need to move out of a DC or to keep from being placed in a DC. Sometimes, you may have to go to court to enforce your right to not live in a DC.