Human Services Advisory Council

Meetings & Agendas

2018

2019

  • January 22
  • February 26
  • March 26
  • April 23
  • May 28
  • June 25
  • July 23
  • August 27
  • September 24
  • October 22
  • November 26

Minutes

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

The HSAC meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 5:15 p.m. at the Division of Community & Behavioral Health Services (MC Non-Profit Mall), 1 Medical Drive, Morris Plains, NJ 07950 (unless otherwise noted).

Please use the Executive Drive entrance parallel to Medical Drive. The building is on the left. Park and enter the second (middle) entrance. There is a gazebo to the left of the conference room door. This door will bring you directly into the conference room.

Organization

Mission:  To review, monitor and improve county-level human service activities, services, and programs for homeless and modest income children, families and victims of abuse, neglect and abandonment.

Purpose:  The Human Services Advisory Council (HSAC) is established to review county-level human service activities and to serve as the primary vehicle for local public input into New Jersey Department of Human Services decision-making.

Read our Bylaws and Fact Sheet.

Members

Committee Structure:  The Human Services Advisory Council will be appointed by the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders and will render all appropriate recommendations to the Department of Human Services.  Members will be appointed for one (1) calendar year, with term limitations of six (6) consecutive years.  Committee leadership will be chosen by the membership at the beginning of each calendar year.

Members are appointed annually by the Freeholders without pay.

  • Shelia Carter (Staff Liaison)
  • Robert Armstrong
  • Marcia Brands
  • Linda Csengeto
  • Xiomara Guevara
  • Heather Diamond
  • David Hollowell
  • Kathy DeFillippo (Freeholder Liaison)
  • Joanne McEniry
  • Mary Jane Melo
  • Ken Oexle
  • Joseph Pawelczyk
  • Thomas Pepe
  • Michelle Roers
  • Rebecca Sherrod

Forms

“It Shouldn’t Hurt to Be a Child: Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect”

Publications

  • “It Shouldn’t Hurt to Be a Child: Identifying and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect”

    It’s reported that each year over 700,000 children are found to be victims of child abuse and neglect in the United States. For every 1,000 children in Morris County, under the age of 18, there are 31 child abuse/neglect investigations. Child abuse is a problem that cannot be ignored yet few people know what to do when faced with children being abused.

    The Deirdre O’Brien Child Advocacy Center offers this presentation free of charge.