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The information on this page is subject to change at any time.

We have received some preliminary information about the Disneyland Community Involvement Program. Here's what we know at this time:

2018 Ticket Prices:
• $59.00 per ticket for a 1-Day, 1-Park Ticket, and
• $88.00 per ticket for a 1-Day Park Hopper Ticket

Do not send checks, money order, etc., to NLACRC as we do not have tickets here. You will be purchasing them from Disneyland.

Important Dates:
• Ticket Sales Begin: November 15, 2017

The word from Disneyland is that they will send us more information by August 26th which we will post here as soon as it's available.

General information
Disneyland offers discounted admission tickets to people with disabilities through its Community Involvement Program. Tickets are for guests with disabilities and their immediate family members or caregiver only.

Ticket sales typically begin in the Fall and tickets are good during select dates,  during the months of January and February. These dates will be posted as soon as we receive them from Disneyland.

Release of Information Form
In order to participate through NLACRC, an adult consumer (age 18 or older) or the parent of a consumer must complete and sign a Release of Information form. After we verify that the individual is an active consumer, the name and contract information is added to the Disney list. By completing and signing the Release of Information form, you are giving us your permission to release your contact information to Disneyland in order to participate in the program.

>> Release of Information Form (English)

>> Release of Information Form (Spanish)

Who can participate?
We can only assist active NLACRC consumers. Due to the high volume of release forms we receive, we are unable to process release forms for consumers who have closed cases or inactive cases. We are also unable to assist consumers from other regional centers. If you are a client with another regional center, please contact your regional center to see if they participate in the program.

Do not list a P.O. box as an address
When completing the release form, do not include P.O. Box addresses as Disney will not accept them. Please specify apartment/unit number if the individual lives in an apartment complex.

How can I turn in my release of information form?
Forms can be sent by mail or scanned and sent by email to disneyinfo@nlacrc.org. They can also be turned in at the NLACRC office nearest you. We do not accept faxed completed forms.

Although we have not yet received firm deadline dates yet, we highly recommend that you submit your completed form by September 1, 2017.

Mail completed release forms to:

North LA County Regional Center
Public Info & Training Dept.
9200 Oakdale Avenue, Suite 100
Chatsworth, CA 91311

If the consumer/parent participated last year A NEW FORM DOES NOT NEED TO BE SUBMITTED. Only submit a new form if any of the contact information has changed (address, email address, etc.) since last year.

One release form per household
If more than one person in the home is a regional center client, please submit one form for one of the consumers. If more than one release form per household is submitted, none of the names submitted will be added to the list. P.O. Box addresses, and duplicates such as duplicate physical addresses and duplicate email addresses will not be accepted by Disney and will result in an automatic removal from the program.

How to verify that you are on the Disney list
If an individual wants to verify that he/she is on our Disney list, send an e-mail to disneyinfo@nlacrc.org with the name of the consumer and we will verify whether or not the individual is in the Disney database. Due to the high volume of emails we receive, it may take a few days for us to respond.

No guarantees
Submitting a release form does not guarantee that an individual will be able to purchase tickets as ticket quantities are limited. Tickets are issued on a first-come, first-serve basis.

We do our best to make sure that each person who turns in a release form is included on the Disney list but due to the high volume of requests we receive, unfortunately sometimes errors do inevitably occur for a variety of reasons.

Last updated: 8/9/2017 4:03:40 PM