CCSM CALL TO ACTION

INDIVIDUALS NEEDED TO TESTIFY ON  SEVERAL BILLS BEING HEARD THIS WEEK! 

We are encouraging the CCSM community to write and give a
testimony!
Have your voice heard! 

PUBLIC HEARINGS 

Wednesday, April 17th at 9:00 AM
Cross Building – Room 209
Health & Human Services Committee

L.D. 613: Resolve – Concerning the Adoption of Rules To Carry Out the Purpose of the Bridging Rental Assistance Program

L.D. 1318: Resolve – To Increase Access to Housing-related Support Service


Thursday, April 18th at 1:00 PM
Cross Building – Room 220
Committee on Health Coverage, Insurance, and Financial Services


L.D. 1349: Bill – “An Act To Create a Licensing Board and Licensure Requirements for Intentional Peer Support Specialists”


Friday, April 19th at 9:00 AM
Cross Building – Room 209
Health & Human Services Committee

LD 239: Bill- “Resolve, Directing the Department of Health and Human Services To Explore the Development of a Behavioral Health Unit at the Cumberland County Jail”


Tuesday, April 23rd at 1:00 PM
Cross Building- Room 209
Health & Human Services Committee


L.D. 738: Bill – “Resolve, Directing the Commissioner of Health and Human Services To Convene a Study Group To Review the Crisis Response System in the State”

For more information on each bill, click on the buttons below…

BILLS NOT YET SCHEDULED FOR PUBLIC HEARING

  • LD 1485: “An Act To Create an At-risk Persons Program in Maine
  • LD 1512: An Act Regarding Persons Who Are Found Not Criminally Responsible and Are Sent out of State for Treatment

For more information on each bill, click on the buttons below…

SUBMITTING IN WRITTEN TESTIMONY

If you would like to send in written testimony, please note that the process will be changing beginning April 22, 2019! 

Before April 22: You may send your testimony to the Health and Human Services Committee Clerk:  HHS@legislature.maine.gov.

Beginning April 22, 2019, the Maine Legislature will no longer accept testimony through e-mail.
 
For your convenience, a new submission form will be available 24/7 through the Maine Legislature’s website.

This system will automate the distribution of electronic testimony to the committee members, analyst and clerk.

Testimony will continue to be included in the public record for committee meetings.

  • If you are planning to attend the hearing and provide paper copies, please do not submit your testimony electronically.
  • Testimony submitted on-line the day of the public hearing will be posted to the internet. Do not include personal information that you do not want made public.
  • Materials subject to copyright protections will be removed before posting to the web site, but they will be included in the record and the email forwarded to committee members.
  • Testimony emailed directly to the committee clerk will not be included in the public record, forwarded to the committee members or posted to the web page.

Links to the new submission form will be available on both the home page and committee pages beginning Monday, April 22, 2019.

For questions or assistance about submitting testimony, please contact the Legislative Information Office: 287-1692.


For any other questions, contact CCSM: 207-430-8300 or 1-877-207-5073.