The Health and Human Services Coordinating Council (HHSCC) is a voluntary group of citizens appointed by the HOTCOG Executive Committee to serve in an advisory capacity to the Health and Human Services Division.
Membership includes persons representing the needs of health and human services consumers including older persons, minority individuals, persons with disabilities, caregivers, advocates for health and human service provider organizations, advocates for transportation provider organizations, advocates for support service organizations, local elected officials, the general public and persons with leadership experience.
The HHSCC is made up of twenty-five voting representatives (three from Bosque, Falls, Freestone, Hill and Limestone Counties and ten from McLennan County). The HHSCC also includes resource representatives who are asked to serve (with no voting privilege) because of their special knowledge or experience in health and human service policies and issues. Resource representatives serving in this capacity may be from within or outside the HOTCOG service area and may include representatives from agencies receiving funds from or awarding funds to HOTCOG. The HHSCC meets a minimum of six times per year or more often if required.
Mrs. Gloria Martinez