This Commission provides advice and guidance to the Mayor and Council on human service needs in Rockville and how best to address them. The Commission monitors changes in human needs in the city, assists the mayor and Council in deciding appropriate city roles and priorities concerning human services, and participates in oversight and evaluation to ensure accountability and cost-effectiveness of city and outside providers of human services. The Mayor and Council may also ask the Commission to study specific human service-related problems and complaints that have been brought to their attention.
The Commission is composed of eleven individuals representing social service consumers, service providers and residents of the Rockville community. Members serve overlapping three year terms. Six members are at-large representatives, two members are consumers, and three members are caregivers.
Survey of the Wellbeing and Needs of the Rockville Community
Sponsored by the Human Rights and the Human Services Advisory Commission, the purpose of the survey is to gather data and solicit feedback from Rockville residents concerning matters of social justice, racism, bias and wellness in the Rockville community during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The survey will be translated online and on paper in five languages: Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Vietnamese and Korean. It can be taken anonymously and will be open for at least 60 days.
For a paper version, call 240-314-8300. For Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) modifications, please contact the ADA coordinator at 240-314-8108, firstname.lastname@example.org or Relay 711.