Issues Development Subcommittee
This subcommittee is currently meeting online only via Zoom until further notice. Please check back for updates on when hybrid meeting options will begin!
This committee is responsible for creating issue statements and will include: conducting any necessary research on any given issue, follow up on each issue statement and managing timelines for responses to each statement. This group also reviews and finalizes issue statements from local councils and presents them to the Statewide Consumer Council for approval.
Meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Anyone is welcome to attend!
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- Trauma Informed Care Issue Statement – Final DraftThe CCSM has created the final draft of an issue statement regarding the need for more systemic work on trauma informed practices in the state. To view the concept final draft: PDF Document – Click HERE | Word Document- Click HERE
- Feedback Needed on Parity of Peer Recovery Centers Issue Statement Concept DraftThis Issue statement is on hold for further research. The CCSM has created a concept draft of an issue statement regarding the fact that there are more substance use recovery centers vs. mental health recovery centers in the state of Maine. PDF Document – Click HERE | Word Document- Click HERE Would you like to share your thoughts on
- Maine.gov Website Issue Statement- Final DraftThe CCSM has created the final draft of an issue statement regarding the Maine.gov website often being outdated and not user friendly along with a way for users to send updates/errors to the website managers. To view the concept final draft: PDF Document – Click HERE | Word Document- Click HERE This issue statement is being prepared for delivery
- Feedback Needed on BRAP Issue Statement- 1st DraftThe CCSM has created the first draft of an issue statement regarding the insufficient BRAP voucher amounts paid to landlords not meeting the current Maine rental market prices which often results in the expiration of these vouchers. To view the first draft: PDF Document – Click HERE | Word Document- Click HERE Would you like to share your