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Robert T. Chapa Administration Building
Office Hours: 8 AM – 5 PM
1430 Collier St.
Austin, Texas 78704
Take Capital Metro Transit Bus Route 5
The Planning and Network Advisory Committee is a Trustee appointed advisory volunteer committee and is composed of volunteers who are consumers, family members, providers and interested citizens. PNAC is charged with providing feedback and support to Integral Care policies and services. PNAC functions are:
A. Review the Center’s mission, vision, values, and goals and make recommendations as needed.
B. Provide input related to the development of the Center’s Strategic and Local Service Area Plans, including making recommendations to the Board of Trustees related to implementation of House Bill (HB) 2439, i.e. Local Planning and Network Development, including but not limited to:
C. Promote involvement and input from Consumers and Community Stakeholders as one mechanism for identifying community needs and desired community impacts/ outcomes.
D. Demonstrate commitment to publicly addressing unmet service needs and other relevant issues through written or spoken testimony provided to decision makers.
E. Receive reports from staff about network and Center services, effectiveness and efficiencies, and response to services from Consumers and other Community Stakeholders.
F. Review provisions that will ensure that the implementation of Local Planning and Network Development does not divert current funds away from direct service to administrative functions.
G. Present Advisory Committee recommendations to the staff and Board of Trustees as needed.
The PNAC meets the second Thursday of each month from noon to 1:30 PM in Training Room 1 at 1700 South Lamar Boulevard. Click here to view the PNAC Bylaws. For more information, e-mail email@example.com.
Click here to view PNAC member bios.
Click here to view the latest Committee Agenda.