One of the most important reasons the Human Service Chamber was formed was to speak with one voice on behalf of human service agencies. To that end, we spend a great deal of time entrenched in our communities most urgent needs, especially those that are inherently complex and systemic. In other words, we tackle the issues that no one agency can solve on their own.
Our Public Policy Committee develops and executes strategies that can move the needle on important issues. Here are the issues we’re most concerned with right now: