Meetings & Agendas
Meetings will be held the third Thursday of the month (except August and December) at 2:30 p.m. at the Division of Community & Behavioral Health Services (Morris County Non-Profit Mall), 1 Medical Drive, Morris Plains.
- January 16
- February 20
- March 19
- April 16
- May 21
- June 18
- September 17
- October 15
- November 19
Directions from Littleton Rd./202:
- Keep left at the traffic light after the railroad bridge/Continue on Rte. 202-S
- Turn right onto Glenbrook Rd, and follow until the end
- Turn left onto Stiles Ave, following signs for “Central Park of Morris County”
- Make the first right onto Central Ave, bearing left at the upcoming fork
- Make your first right onto Executive Drive. Follow Executive Drive around to the stop sign.
- Make a left into the parking lot.
- Park near and enter in the second (middle) entrance. To the right of the gazebo.
- The door will be unlocked, we will be in the first conference room
The YSAC is to serve as the mechanism to develop a responsive, accessible and integrated system of care for youth and young adults (ages 0-21 years) with special social/emotional needs and their families, as well as juveniles (0-18 years) charged or adjudicated delinquent. This should be achieved through the involvement of parents, consumers and child serving agencies.
The YSAC will provide a forum where the system of services for children with special social/emotional needs can be developed, reviewed, revised and/or redirected through a collaborative decision-making process to promote optimal service provided in the least restrictive setting possible. YSAC will also provide the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the juvenile justice service system.
Members are appointed annually by the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders without pay. YSAC should represent the entire child-serving system such as mental health, child welfare, health, education, corrections, juvenile justice, and developmental disabilities. The YSAC should also reflect the natural family supports such as community-based organizations, churches, synagogues and family members and neighbors. They should also reflect a racial/ethnic balance of the target population. Every effort should be made to include this broad-based representation and the YSAC should be able to document how they have tried to achieve this goal.
|Chris Mueller||Probation Intake|
|Cindy Cuenca||Chief Probation Officer|
|David Johnson||Youth Detention Center|
|David Johnston||Deirdre’s House|
|Diana Cirillo||NJ Mentors – Agency Rep|
|Elizabeth Jacobson||County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Director|
|Jackie Looby||Cornerstone Family Programs – Agency Rep|
|James Saylor||JJC- Court Liason|
|Jill Cerullo||Youth Shelter Director|
|Juli Harpell-Elam||JBWS – Agency Rep|
|Kim Johnson||Workforce Investment Board|
|Laura Siemonsma-Bertelli||Sheriff’s Office|
|Laurie Becker||County Mental Health Administrator|
|Lila Bernstein||Child Placement Review Board|
|Margaret S. Sullivan-Fullerton||Juvenile Officer – Parsippany Police|
|Michele Borden||New Bridge – Agency Rep|
|Neville Newton||Plaid House – Agency Rep|
|Sandra Gogerty||County Superintendent of School|
|Thomas Belsky||Public Defender|
Vacancies: Human Services Director, FSO, DCP&P, County Vocational School