Suffolk County Legislature

2012 HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE
Committee meetings will be held in the Auditorium of the
William H. Rogers Legislature Building, 725 Veterans Memorial Highway, Smithtown, New York 11787
Year 2012 meetings are scheduled for Mondays to start at 10:00 A.M. on the days listed below unless otherwise noted
MEMBERSHIP

CHAIR: DuWayne Gregory - VICE CHAIR: Kara Hahn

MEMBERS: Kate M. Browning - Lou D'Amaro - Edward P. Romaine

SCHEDULES AND MINUTES
January 30 March 5 March 19 April 16 April 30 May 17
(Thursday - 11:30am)
(Capital Budget)
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May 24
(Thursday)
June 11 July 30 August 13 August 30
(Thursday)
October 1
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October 23
(Operating Budget - 1:30pm)
November 16
(Friday)
November 26 December 10    
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JURISDICTION

This Committee shall have jurisdiction over matters pertaining to or affecting the County Department of Social Services, the Division of Women’s Services, and the Office for the Handicapped.  This Committee shall also have jurisdiction over all programs dealing with emergency housing services; Adult Medical and Social Services; foster care; child support enforcement; nutrition programs, other than senior Meals on Wheels; Child Assistance Program (CAP); domestic violence programs; AFDC; JOBS; home relief, family and children’s services; client benefits; transitional care; Child Protective Services; food stamps; burials; HEAP;  poverty; and the placement of public assistance recipients.

This Committee shall also have jurisdiction over all legislation pertaining to or affecting assistance for victims of family violence or abuse; orders of protection; child support enforcement; matrimonial issues; employment and education outreach; information, resources, and support for incarcerated women; resources for professional women; and all budgetary matters affecting the funding of programs that directly impact upon children, women, and the family in Suffolk County.

This Committee shall have jurisdiction over all resolutions accepting and appropriating grants-in-aid from the State or federal government that require matching County contributions of monies or resources for Social Services programs; welfare reform initiatives; and implementation of the federal Americans with Disabilities Act.

This Committee shall have jurisdiction over day care initiatives.

This Committee shall also have jurisdiction over the Suffolk County Youth Bureau; youth services; protection of the rights and welfare of the children and youth of Suffolk County and their physical, social, and educational well-being through counseling, recreational/cultural programs, employment opportunities and community services programs, runaway and homeless programs, emergency short-term residential facilities, crisis intervention counseling, reuniting a youth with his or her family, independent living programs for older homeless adolescents, exploration of housing resources, high-school equivalency education, PINS Diversion Program, or specialized needs of children.  This Committee shall also have jurisdiction over Family Court matters.

This Committee shall also consider and vote on any appointment to a Board, Commission, Department, Agency, Authority, Task Force, or comparable entity under the jurisdiction of this Committee as well as any outside consultant which may be authorized by this Committee.


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