Human Services Cabinet
The overarching goal is to foster an alignment of strategies and resources among myriad entities serving the community. The Human Services Cabinet for the city of Richmond is comprised of the local subject matter experts on food, shelter, public safety, health, behavioral health, employment, transportation, older adults, multicultural population, persons with sensory and physical disabilities, education, early childhood, volunteers, nonprofit organizations, and mechanisms that can leverage donations of time, money and the human need to connect.
It is critical that accurate information is used when decisions are made regarding strategies to mobilize resources and people.
Each Cabinet Subject Matter Expert is considered the authoritative voice in Richmond on this topic.
Questions from the community to the Human Services Cabinet should be directed to the DCAO for Human Services. The DCAO is the point person for the Cabinet. The Human Services Subject Matter Experts have their own organizations and crisis lines, and can be contacted for the specific questions from citizens. This Cabinet is a collaborative of city and community backbone organizations working on specific issues about how to move the community forward and solve and longstanding challenges.
|Richmond Behavioral Health Authority||
Richmond Behavioral Health Authority: Who We Are, What We Do, and Why?
|Early Community Connections||
State of Early Childhood in the Richmond Region
|YMCA of Greater Richmond|
Kelly King Horne
|Office of Multicultural Affairs||
Serving Immigrant Communities in the City of Richmond
Older Adults Services and Supports in the City of Richmond
|Persons with Sensory and Physical Disabilities||
|Resources for Independent Living||
The Disability Rights Movement: Pat, Present, Future
Dr. Danny Avula
|Richmond City Health District||
Richmond City Health District's Role in Establishing Health Equity
Captain Daniel Minton
|Richmond Police Department|
|Richmond Public Schools|
|The Giving Wall||
|The Giving Wall|
|Red Wagon Transportation/Peter Paul Development Center|
|HandsOn Greater Richmond|