DHS Advisory Boards

We rely on community members to give input on decisions that affect how we do what we do.

Visit the Advisory Body Meetings page for dates, times and locations of meetings.

About the Advisory Bodies

Five of the advisory bodies attached to specific offices are required by mandate to:

  • oversee the provision of services
  • assist in policy planning

Other advisory bodies are created and convened by DHS to:

  • help identify community needs and preferences
  • help shape planning processes and initiatives

The links below provide specific information for each advisory body:

  • purpose
  • current members
  • membership terms
  • officers
  • committees
  • how conflicts of interest are handled
  • requirements and regulations for those mandated by statute

Mandated Advisory Bodies

Non-Mandated Advisory Bodies