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File #: 16-832    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Memo Status: Passed
File created: 12/6/2017 Departments: BOARD OF SUPERVISORS DISTRICT 1
On agenda: 12/12/2017 Final action: 12/12/2017
Title: Recommendation for appointments to the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Recovery Commission, each for a term ending September 30, 2020: A) Sheila Brar; and B) Leticia Bido.
Sponsors: Dave Pine, Don Horsley

 Special Notice / Hearing:  None__

      Vote Required:                         Majority

 

To:                      Honorable Board of Supervisors

From:                      Supervisor Dave Pine

                                          Supervisor Don Horsley

Subject:                      Appointments to the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Recovery Commission

 

RECOMMENDATION:

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Recommendation for appointments to the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Recovery Commission, each for a term ending September 30, 2020:

 

A)                     Sheila Brar; and

 

B)                     Leticia Bido.

 

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BACKGROUND:

The Mental Health and Substance Abuse Recovery Commission reviews and evaluates the County’s mental health and substance abuse disorders needs, services, facilities and special problems. The Commission advises the Board of Supervisors and the Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Director on any aspect of the local mental health and substance abuse disorders services and programs. They also review and approve procedures used to ensure citizen and professional involvement at all stages of the planning process. Submission of the annual report on the needs and performance of the County’s behavioral health and recovery services system are submitted on an annual basis.

 

DISCUSSION:

The Mental Health and Substance Abuse Recovery Commission recommends the appointments of Sheila Brar and Leticia Bido.

 

These appointments contribute to the 2025 Shared Vision statement of a Collaborative Community. Our diverse population works well together to build strong communities, effective government and a prosperous economy, civic engagement - including voting, public service, charitable giving, volunteerism, and participation in public discussions of important issues - is uniformly high among the diverse population of San Mateo County.

 

FISCAL IMPACT:

None.