Community Advisory Committee

What is the Partners Community Advisory Committee?

The Partners Community Advisory Committee (formerly known as the Consumer Committee) is an 18 member group consisting of individuals with developmental and other types of disabilities, family member and representatives of government entities/local agencies.

What is the Committee’s Purpose?

The Community Advisory Committee is the primary advising and guiding body for Partners for Inclusive Communities. The purpose is to analyze, advise and make recommendations that are reflected in Partners’ policies and programs based on its mission.

What are the responsibilities of a Committee member?

Members bring different perspectives, ideas and views to the committee. Members are asked to attend quarterly meetings, participate as Community Advisory Committee representatives at local and regional events, actively participate on one of the subcommittees, participate in discussions and provide input at the quarterly meetings regarding Partners’ activities and programs. Members also share resources, ideas, and network with each other.

If I’m interested in being considered for the Committee, what should I do?

Consideration forms are accepted and placed on file. To be considered, please complete the questions on the online form below or download and complete this downloadable form (DOC) and mail it to:

CAC Membership/Nominating Committee
Partners for Inclusive Communities
322 Main St., Suite 501
Little Rock, AR  72201

U of A Partners - Community Advisory Committee Consideration Form

U of A Partners - Community Advisory Committee Consideration Form

To be eligible you must be a resident of Arkansas and be at least 18 years of age. Please check the boxed below to confirm. *

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