Community Policy & Management Team

Meetings


  • 12:30 p.m.
  • 2nd and 4th Thursday of every month, with the exception that only one meeting is held in the months of July, August, November and December.
  • Hanover County Department of Community Resources
    12310 Washington Highway
    Ashland, Virginia 23005

Agendas & Minutes


Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes


Members

  • Jim Taylor, Chair, Deputy County Administrator
    Phone: 804-365-6005 
    P.O. Box 4707497 County Complex Road Hanover, VA 23069
    Email
  • Julie Dubee, CSA Coordinator
    Phone: 804-365-4143
    12304 Washington Highway Ashland, VA
    23005
    Email
  • Diane Brown, Staff Representative - Schools Phone: 804-365-4500
    Email
  • Mickey Callendar, Staff Representative - Health Department
    Phone: 804-365-4313
    Email
  • Dr. Sheila Crossen-Powell, Staff Representative - Social Services
    Phone: 804-365-4100
    Email
  • Claiborne Mason, Provider Representative Phone: 804-564-6187
    Email
  • Ivy Sager, Staff Representative - Community Services Board
    Phone: 804-365-4289
    Email
  • Betty Jo Zarris, Parent/Community Representative
    Phone: 804-798-5952
    Email

Purpose


CPMT functions to create, maintain, and manage a collaborative system of services and funding that is child-centered, family-focused and community-based when addressing the strengths and needs of troubled at-risk youth and their families.

Scope


The powers and duties of the Hanover CPMT are set forth in VA Code § 2.2-5206 and include the development of interagency policies and procedures to govern the provision of services and resources as well as the coordination of long-range, community-wide planning for eligible populations of children and families in the community. Hanover CPMT also develops interagency fiscal policies governing access to the state pool of funds, in addition to authorizing and monitoring the expenditure of those funds by the Hanover Family Assessment and Planning Team (FAPT). The Hanover CPMT serves as the community’s liaison to the Office of Children’s Services for At-Risk Youth and Families, reporting on programmatic and fiscal operations and on recommendations for improving the service system. The CPMT also collects, analyzes and reviews data, as requested by the Office of Children’s Services for At-Risk Youth and Families, to help evaluate child and family outcomes and public and private provider performance in the provision of services to children and families through the Children’s Services Act (CSA) program.

Type


Board - Staff, with Citizen Representation

Membership


Hanover CPMT, as appointed by the Hanover County Board of Supervisors, includes one appointed official (Deputy County Administrator) and the agency head or designee of the following community agencies: Hanover Community Services Board, Hanover Juvenile Court Services Unit, Chickahominy Health District, Hanover Department of Social Services, and Hanover County Public Schools. The team also includes one representative of a private provider for child/family services and a private citizen who serves as a parent representative.

Terms of Service


Members serve a four-year term

Further Information


For additional information see CSA.