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Maryland Manual, 1991-92
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ST MARY'S COUNTY CHILDREN'S
COUNCIL
Wayne Guy, Chairperson 475 8511

Members appointed by President, Board of
County Commissioners

SOMERSET COUNTY CHILDREN'S
COUNCIL
Edwin Riggin, Chairperson 651 1485

Members appointed by President, Board of
County Commissioners

TALBOT COUNTY CHILDREN'S
COUNCIL
John Murray, Chairperson 822 5280

Members appointed by President, Board of
County Commissioners

WASHINGTON COUNTY
CHILDREN'S COUNCIL
Peggy K Martin, Chairperson
582 4309

Members appointed by President, Board of
County Commissioners

WICOMICO COUNTY CHILDREN'S
COUNCIL
Mike McMahan, Chairperson
749 0101

Members appointed by President, Board of
County Commissioners

WORCESTER COUNTY CHILDREN'S
COUNCIL
Contact Patti Selig 749 8181
Vacancy, Chairperson

Members appointed by President, Board of
County Commissioners

CHILDREN & FAMILY SERVICES
REFORM [INITIATIVE] PROJECT
Donna Stark, Director 333 4285

PROJECT ADVISORY COUNCIL
Chairperson Nancy S Grasmick, Acting
Special Secretary for Children, Youth,
& Families 225 4160

CHILD & ADOLESCENT SERVICES
SYSTbM PROGRAM

Thomas Mernck, Director 333 1797

GOVERNOR'S COUNCIL ON
ADOLESCENT PRFGNANCY
Bronwyn Mayden, Executive Director
333 0270
Quentin R Lawson, Chairperson, 1994

INTERAGENCY SUBCOMMITTEE
Rosalie F Streett, Chairperson
Contact Bronwyn Mayden 333 0270

EDUCATION SUBCOMMITTEE
Vacancy, Chairperson
Contact Nancy Hudson 3330270

LEGISLATIVE & PUBLIC POLICY
SUBCOMMITTEE
Vivian I Washington, Chairperson
Contact Bronwyn Mayden 333 0270

MEDICAL SUBCOMMITTEE
Dr Alain Joffe, Chairperson
Contact Bronwyn Mayden 333 0270

TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
SUBCOMMITTEE
Allan Herman, Chairperson
Contact Bronwyn Mayden 333 0270

Constitutional Offices &Agmcies/153

MARYLAND INFANTS & TODDLERS
PROGRAM

Carol Ann Baglin, Executive Director
333 8103

MARYLAND STATE INTERAGENCY
COORDINATING COUNCIL
Michael Bender, Ph D , Chairperson

The Office for Children, Youth, and Families
originated as the Office for Children and Yauth in
1978 (Chapter 426, Acts of 1978) The Office was
reorganized and received its present name in 1990
(Chapter 419, Acts of 1990) The Office helps
agencies, local governments, and organizations to
carry out their responsibilities for children and
youth effectively and economically The Office also
helps families and the general public learn about
programs and services for children and youth

The Special Secretary for Children, Youth, and
Families oversees the general policy for children,
youth, and family services in Maryland That policy
is to promote a stable, safe and healthy environment
for children and families As head of the Office for
Children, Youth, and Families, the Special Secretary
coordinates the work of government agencies to
provide care through prevention, early interven-
tion, and community-based services with priority
given to children and families most at risk

The Special Secretary evaluates public and
private programs, services, and plans for children
and their families to identify duplications and gaps
in service delivery, program resources, inefficiencies,
and unmet needs For programs and services affect-
ing children and their families, the Special Secretary
secures and analyzes departmental plans and
budget requests, reviews federal, Stare, local and
private funds used by and available to the State,
identifies and collates relevant Governor's budget
items, issues impact statements, and makes plan-
ning and expenditure recommendations to the
Governor by September 15ch annually and to ap-
propriate department heads as needed

The Special Secretary maintains liaison with
departments and local governments to coordinate
services and the use of existing resources The Spe-
cial Secretary also implements priority programs
identified by the Advisory Committee for Children,
Youth, and Families From representative local
Children's Councils and other child advocacy
groups, including parents, the Special Secretary
receives advice on the resources, needs, and
priorities of different localities In addition, the
Special Secretary provides public information on
children's services in the State and advises the legis-
lature on the needs of children and their families

The Special Secretary for Children, Youth, and
Families is appointed by and serves at the pleasure
of the Governor and is directly responsible to the
Governor

 



 
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