Appointed by Governor to 4-year terms: Kenneth R. Collins; Jennilyn B. Landbeck; Shenetta Malkia-Sapp; William T. Powell; Jari A. Villanueva; Holly C. Wilcox, Ph.D. Terms expire 2018.
Maura J. Rossman, M.D.; Jennifer B. Treger. Terms expire 2021.
Appointed by Governor to 1-year term: one vacancy, student
Appointed by Senate President: Adelaide C. Eckardt
Appointed by House Speaker: Eric G. Luedtke
Ex officio: Amanda M. Celentano, designee of Secretary of Aging; Kirsten Robb-McGrath, designee of Secretary of Disabilities; Jennifer E. McMahan, designee of Secretary of Health; Janel R. Cubbage, designee of Deputy Secretary, Behavioral Health; Stephen B. Goldberg, M.D., designee of Deputy Secretary, Public Health Services; Michael S. Ito, Psy.D., designee of Secretary of Juvenile Services; Randall S. Nero, Ph.D., designee of Secretary of Public Safety & Correctional Services; Dana S. Burl, designee of Secretary of Veterans Affairs; Deborah D. Nelson, Ph.D., designee of State Superintendent of Schools; Christina E. Drushel Williams, designee of Executive Director, Governor's Office for Children.
Staff: Kimberly A. Hiner
Herbert R. O'Conor State Office Building, 201 West Preston St., Baltimore, Maryland, November 2003. Photo by Diane F. Evartt.
Two-Year Plan to Governor due Dec. 1, 2018, & every two years thereafter (Executive Order 01.01.2018.26).
In October 2009, the Governor formed the Maryland Commission on Suicide Prevention (Executive Order 01.01.2009.13). The Commission was reconstituted in October 2018 (Executive Order 01.01.2018.26).
The Commission devises a statewide plan for suicide prevention and intervention, and post-suicide services for individuals and their families. For those who survive or attempt suicide and their families, the Commission has compiled a list of support systems.
To ensure the best use of resources for the delivery of a continuum of services to prevent, intervene in, or recover from suicide, the Commission promotes a coordinated, collaborative and comprehensive effort by State and local agencies. In addition, the Commission identifies the impact of suicide on the health and well-being of Maryland citizens; assesses the economic and social costs of suicide; identifies necessary resources to provide suicide prevention, intervention and post-suicide services; and promotes a collaborative and efficient organization and delivery of services to those affected by suicide.
In September 2012, the Commission submitted to the Governor its initial two-year plan for suicide prevention.
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