What they do: The Human Services and Health Board
shall act as an advisory and a policy-making body for the Human Services and
Health Department. The Human Services and Health Board shall have the powers
and duties enumerated in Wis.
Stat. §46.23(5) as amended. Pursuant to Wis.
Stat. §251.03(1), the Human Services and Health Board shall also act as the
county board of health and shall have the powers and duties enumerated in Wis. State
§251.04, as amended. Committees representing the client/patient groups served
within the Department shall act in an advisory capacity to the Human Services
and Health Board and keep the Board informed about the special needs of Dodge County
Other info: It is made up of nine members appointed by
the Dodge County Board of Supervisors. Three of those members are citizens.
Each person serves a three year term.
Contact Information: Barbara Hagedorn (920) 386-2866
Meetings: Fourth Wednesday of the month
What they do: The Dodge County Housing Authority
provides affordable housing opportunities for lower income people, including
family, elderly, and special needs clients, in an environment which preserves
the dignity of the client and in a manner which maintains the public trust.
Aging and Disability Resource Center
What they do: The Governing
Board is an advisory Board to the Human Services and Health Department
Board. It is organized under Section 46.283(6), Wis. Stats. for the purpose of
providing oversight of policies and operations, identify unmet needs of
consumers, ensure that frail enders and adults with disabilities have
representation regarding the direction the ADRC takes to meet consumer needs.
Other info: The ADRC
Governing Board shall consist of no more than fifteen (15) members. The
composition of the Board must generally reflect the ethnic and economic
diversity of the geographic area served by the ADRC. At least one-fourth
of the membership of the Board must consist of individuals who belong to an
ADRC client group or their family members, guardians or other advocates.
The proportion of Board members representing elders and adults with physical or
developmental disabilities shall be the same as the proportion of individuals
in these target populations in the state. No Governing Board member shall
be a Human Services and Health Department staff or person(s) receiving
financial reimbursement as a provider of services funded by the Family Care or
IRIS program dollars.
What they do: The purpose of the Committee is to protect and
improve the quality of transportation services in Dodge County, assure that all
people have the opportunity to access transportation services, act as a support
system for volunteer drivers and other citizens involved in the delivery of
transportation services, and coordinate all County transportation resources
available to Dodge County residents.
Other info: The Transportation
Advisory Committee shall consist of not more than fifteen (15) members.
The members shall be representative of the consumers and Department staff that
utilize or have interest in transportation services.
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