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STATE COORDINATING COUNCIL

Chair: Richard J. Steinke, designee of State
Superintendent of Schools
Donjuan L. Williams, Executive Director
(410) 767-6229

In 1982, the State Coordinating Council was
formed by the Governor as the State Coordinating
Council for Residential Placement of Handicapped
Children (Executive Order 01.01.1982.09). The Gov-
ernor reestablished the Council within the Office for
Handicapped Individuals in 1987 (Executive Order
01 01.1987.10). The Council was transferred to the
Office for Children, Youth, and Families in 1990
(Chapter 419, Acts of 1990), In 1993, the Council
received its present name (Chapter 556, Acts of 1993).
The Council has developed procedures for Local
Coordinating Councils to ensure that children with
disabilities in residential placement receive a com-
plete plan of care. With the Local Coordinating
Councils, the State Coordinating Council monitors
services for children with disabilities who may need
or are in residential placement. It also maintains an
information system that assures agency account-
ability to children with disabilities and enables the
State to plan for needed services.
Seven members constitute the State Coordinat-
ing Council. Six serve ex officio. One is a nonvoting
member (Code 1957, Art. 49D, secs. 13-20).

CHILDREN'S COUNCILS
Children's Councils exist in each county and
Baltimore City. They evaluate local public and pri-
vate programs, services, and plans for children;
analyze departmental plans and budgets affecting
these programs and services; and review the use and
availability of federal. State, local and private funds.
The Councils advise their local government and the
Office for Children, Youth, and Families on needs,
resources, and priorities. They also provide infor-
mation on children's programs and services.
Each Council is appointed by the chief executive
officer of the county. For Baltimore City, appoint-
ments are made by the Mayor. Members serve
three-year terms (Code 1957, Art. 49D, sec. 5).

Defunct Agencies of
OFFICE FOR CHILDREN, YOUTH, & FAMILIES

CHILDREN & FAMILY SYSTEMS REFORM
PROJECT

Authorization for the Project was rescinded in April
1996 (Executive Order 01.01.1996.11).

FAMILY-DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITIES PROJECT

The grant for this program ended in 1995.

IMPLEMENTATION COMMITTEE [FOR PLAN
TO END PLACEMENT OF CHILDREN WITH
SPECIAL NEEDS OUTSIDE MARYLAND]

Linda M. Heisner, Co-Chair (410) 333-0208
Richard J. Steinke, Co-Chair (410) 333-2491

Appointed by Subcabinet: Phyllis Brunson; Myrna
Cardin; Betty M. Crowley; Kate Dixon; Lynda G.
Fox; Donna Gaither, Robert W. Geddes; Diane W.
Gordy; Barbara A. Hoffman; Roberta Irgens; Lee Roy
Jones; Susan Kleinberg, Ph.D.; Barbara Law; Susan P.
Leviton, Esq.; Frances McNear; Noreen O'Hara;
Janis Parks; Raymond Pitts; Maryanne Ralls; Margaret
E. Rawle; Martha J. Roulette; Judith B. Rudolf; Maria
Scannapieco; Audrey Sutton; Winifred Y. Wilson;
Walter G. R. Wirsching; Al Zachik, M.D.

Under the Subcabinet for Children, Youth, and
Families, the Implementation Committee last met
in the spring of 1995. At that time, its duties were
reassigned within the Subcabinet.

PREVENTION & EARLY INTERVENTION
FOR YOUNG CHILDREN

In 1995, functions of this unit were assigned to the
Infants and Toddlers Program.

PROJECT ADVISORY COUNCIL

Authorization for the Council, which advised the
Children and Family Systems Reform Project, was
rescinded in April 1996 (Executive Order
01.01.1996.11).

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE OF
CRIME CONTROL & PREVENTION

Terry Walsh Roberts, Executive Director

300 East Joppa Rd., Suite 1105
Baltimore, MD 21286—3016 (410) 321-3521
fax: (410) 321-3116

BUDGET (CODE DA0516, formerly 23.01.05.16)

FY1996
Funds (approp)
General $ 1,740,452
Special $ 399,190
Federal $11,495,737
Total Funds $13,635,379

Staff

Authorized 14.0
Contractual (FTE) 13.6
Total Staff 27.6

HISTORICAL EVOLUTION

Commission on Crime & Delinquency, 1967
Governor's Commission on Law Enforcement &
the Administration of Justice, 1967-82
Maryland Criminal Justice Coordinating
Council, 1982-87
Governor's Office of Justice Assistance, 1987-92
Office of Justice Administration, 1992-95

Governor's Drug & Alcohol Abuse Commission,
1989-95

Governor's Office of Crime Control &
Prevention, 1995—

 

 



 
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