Mental Health & Addictions Advisory Council

Regular Meetings
  • 8 a.m.
  • Last Thursday of every odd month
  •  Bel Air Historic Colored High School
    205 Hays Street
    Bel Air, MD 21014
Members

Membership Information


This commission consists of 9 ex officio members from local government healthcare agencies and 25 members as regulated by the code. All members are appointed by the County Executive and confirmed by the County Council.

Created By
  • Harford County Code, Article VI, Section 927
In A Brief
  • Maintain a comprehensive approach to the prevention and treatment of mental illness and addictions.

Description


Members will serve 3-year terms. From among its members, the Council will annually elect a Chair and other officers it finds necessary.

Duties


A summary of their duties include:
  • Advise the County Health Officer, County Executive, County Council, and the Secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene on the progress of the county mental health program and on any action needed to improve program.
  • Be a County advocate for a comprehensive approach to the prevention and treatment of mental illness and addictions.
  • Determine the needs of the mental health and addictions programs in the county.
  • Periodically review the availability and quality of mental health and addictions facilities and services in the county.
  • Provide representatives for site visit teams that evaluate mental health and addictions facilities and programs in the county.

Harford County Parks & Recreation


  • Chad E. McGraw
    Term expires: June 2019

Harford County Public Schools


  • Stephen C. Lentowski
    Term expires: June 2016

Individual Who Has Received or Is Receiving Care


  • William S. Patten 
    Term expires: June 2018

Interest in Problems of Substance Abuse


  • Pastor Craig A. McLaughlin 
    Term expires: June 2018
  • Larry Signorelli
    Term expires: June 2018

Juvenile Justice Services Agency


  • Paul Bowden
    Term expires: June 2016

Law Enforcement Agency


  • Jesse Bane
    Term expires: June 2016

Members of Community With an Interest in Mental Health


  • Sharon Lipford
    Term expires: June 2018
  • Stacy D. Fair                                           Term expires: June 2018
  • Susan C. Lichtfuss                                   Term expires: June 2018

Member of the County Council


  • Curtis R. Beulah
    Term expires: December 2017

Mental Health Professional (Not a Physician)


  • Erric L. Hetzer 
    Term expires: June 2018

Parole & Probation


  • George Nikas 
    Term expires: June 2018

Practicing Physician


  • Roy Phillips, M.D.
    Term expires: June 2018

Representative of the County Executive


  • Linda A. Williams
    Term expires: June 2016
Representative of the County Public Schools
  • Mary K. Malone                                        Term expires: June 2019
Representative of a Law Enforcement Agency
  • Captain Carl N. Brooks                            Term expires: June 2018

Membership Information


This commission consists of 9 ex officio members from local government healthcare agencies and 25 members as regulated by the code. All members are appointed by the County Executive and confirmed by the County Council.

Created By
  • Harford County Code, Article VI, Section 927
In A Brief
  • Maintain a comprehensive approach to the prevention and treatment of mental illness and addictions.

Description


Members will serve 3-year terms. From among its members, the Council will annually elect a Chair and other officers it finds necessary.

Duties


A summary of their duties include:
  • Advise the County Health Officer, County Executive, County Council, and the Secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene on the progress of the county mental health program and on any action needed to improve program.
  • Be a County advocate for a comprehensive approach to the prevention and treatment of mental illness and addictions.
  • Determine the needs of the mental health and addictions programs in the county.
  • Periodically review the availability and quality of mental health and addictions facilities and services in the county.
  • Provide representatives for site visit teams that evaluate mental health and addictions facilities and programs in the county.