Advisory Groups, Charters, and Committees

The Advisory Boards, Committees, and Commissions are appointed by the Board of Supervisors.  If you are interested in participating, please refer to the contact for the individual Board, Committee, or Commission.

  1. In-Home Supportive Services Advisory Committee

    This committee serves in an advisory capacity regarding In-Home Supportive Services and the In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority to the County Board of Supervisors and other administrative bodies.

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  2. Mental Health, Alcohol & Drug Advisory Board

  3. The Mental Health, Alcohol and Drug Advisory Board is comprised of board-appointed community members representing consumers, family members, and public interest who promote citizen and consumer participation in provision and evaluation of the mental health systems of care.
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  4. Older Adult Advisory Commission

    This group provides a voice for older adults in county government and advises on matters relating to the creation and delivery of services that improve the quality of life for Placer County's older adults.
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The following committees are open to the public.  Please contact the respective contact person/email for each committee to request information.

  1. Placer READI Committee

    Placer READI is a committee group of Placer County mental health staff and community partners who represent the different and diverse groups in our community. It was formerly known as the Cultural and Linguistic Competency Committee. 

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  2. Consumer Council

    The Consumer Council gives clients of Placer County’s Adult System of Care the opportunity to provide feedback and recommendations to their county service providers. Participants meet once a month to discuss topics that the County would like client feedback on or that the participants themselves would like addressed. Participants receive a stipend after each meeting. 

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  3. Speakers Bureau

    The Speakers Bureau allows for mental health consumers and/or family members to share their story of recovery from mental illness at various venues. Twice a month, participants can meet, practice, and give feedback to other peers regarding their speeches before sharing their story at local events around Placer County. Speakers Bureau members receive a stipend after each speech.

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