General Assembly of North Carolina S.L. 2006-142 Section 5 House Bill 2077 An Amendment of Article 4, Chapter 122 C. Implications for Local Consumer and Family Advisory Committees. 122 C-170. Local Consumer and Family Advisory Committees (CFACs).
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General Assembly of North CarolinaS.L. 2006-142 Section 5House Bill 2077An Amendment of Article 4, Chapter 122 C
Implications for Local
Consumer and Family Advisory Committees
Each CFAC shall adopt bylaws to govern:
CFAC Representation in Terms ofDisabilitiesAll names are fictional and diagram is for demonstration purposes only
There is established the State Consumer and Family Advisory Committee (State CFAC).
The State CFAC shall be composed of:
1) Review, comment on, and monitor the implementation of the State Plan for Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services.
2) Identify service gaps and underserved populations.
3) Make recommendations regarding the service array and monitor the development of additional services.
4) Review and comment on the State budget for mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse services.
5) Participate in all quality improvement measures and performance indicators.
6)Receive the findings and recommendations by local CFACs regarding ways to improve the delivery of mental health, developmental disabilities, and substance abuse services.
7)Provide technical assistance to local CFACs in implementing their duties.