The New York State Conference of Local Mental Hygiene Directors is a statewide membership organization that was statutorily incorporated under Article 41 of the Mental Hygiene Law in 1976.
41 State St Ste 505
County mental hygiene directors and commissioners oversee the planning and financing of each county's network of mental health, mental retardation, alcoholism and substance abuse services. The membership represents collective county governmental interests on mental hygiene policy and budgetary initiatives.The Conference has statutory responsibility to comment upon proposed rules, regulations and policies involving local mental hygiene services plans and programs. The Conference is also represented, sometimes through statutory requirement, on a variety of statewide advisory councils, task forces and advocacy organizations, through which it provides advice and counsel for the planning and financing of community-based mental hygiene services. in planning, program development, implementation, and evaluation of a broad array of mental hygiene services. Recognizing its regional diversity that ranges from urban to rural interests, the Conference speaks with one voice to other stakeholders about the statewide needs of mental hygiene consumers. Through its membership, the Conference responds at the local level to mental hygiene needs of all residents, promoting environments that benefit entire communities.
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