The Alliance Consumer and Family Advisory Committee, or CFAC, is made up of consumers and family members who receive mental health, intellectual/developmental disabilities, and substance use/addiction services. CFAC is a self-governing committee that serves as an advisor to Alliance administration and the Board of Directors.
State statutes charge CFAC with the following responsibilities:
Review, comment on and monitor the implementation of the local business plan
Identify service gaps and underserved populations
Make recommendations regarding the service array and monitor the development of additional services
Review and comment on the Alliance budget
Participate in all quality improvement measures and performance indicators
Submit findings and recommendations to the State Consumer and Family Advisory Committee regarding ways to improve the delivery of mental health, intellectual/other developmental disabilities, and substance use/addiction services.