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The Commission provides policy advice to the Board of Supervisors; appraises and evaluates county health and human services programs; participates in long range planning processes; helps identify and coordinate community resources, including the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG), that can be used to provide collaborative solutions to health and human services needs; oversees the extent and the quality of the participation of low income constituents in the CSBG funded programs; participates in activities of the Agency on Aging Area 4 (AAA4) Advisory Council; provides advice and recommendations to the Board of Supervisors on issues relating to Adult Day Services and Adult Day Health Care; provides assistance in educating the community on health and human services needs; and promoting intergenerational relations and activities, which facilitates the generations working together to solve problems and enriching the lives of all. The Meeting is open to the public.
The Mental Health and Substance Use Advisory Board (MHSUAB) is comprised of consumers, family members and community members appointed by the Board of Supervisors to advise the Behavioral Health Department. The MHSUAB meets monthly with the Behavioral Health Director to provide advice, guidance and recommendations. The MHSUAB may discuss or review topics related to policy, procedures, target population, budget, staffing, program development, service needs, assessment and priorities. The MHSUAB may request presentations from programs or staff in specific areas of interest. An Annual Report from the MHSUAB is provided to the BOS highlighting progress and accomplishments. The meeting is open to the public.
Madelyn Helling Library Community Room
Join mental health practitioners, educators, youth development leaders and teens for a moderated discussion on teen mental health and suicide prevention.
Learn about the state of teen mental health, resources available to support teens and families and how we can build a supportive environment and community for young people in Nevada County.
As of 1/20/2022, it is not yet known whether the Penn Valley MAC meetings in early 2022 will be held in-person or online.