Human Services Committee

Oct. 10, 2018

Voting meeting on SB 31 and any other business that may come before the committee.

Human Services Committee

Sep. 26, 2018

Public hearing to learn more about the role and importance of short and long term licensed residential addiction treatment and to provide addiction treatment for pregnant women, women with dependent children, veterans, homeless individuals, low-level drug offenders and others..

House Human Services Committee.

Jun. 12, 2018

House Human Services Committee - Voting meeting on HB 2200, HB 2266, and any other business that may come before the committee.

House Human Services Committee.

Jun. 04, 2018

House Human Services Committee - Informational meeting-The PA Coalition of Medical Assistance Managed Care Organizations will make a presentation about ways they assure timely access to quality care at an affordable price.

House Human Services Committee.

Apr. 18, 2018

House Human Services Committee - Voting meeting on HB 1535, HB 2069, HB 2126, HR 760 and any other business that may come before the committee.

House Human Services Committee.

Apr. 11, 2018

House Human Services Committee - Public Hearing to discuss HB 2069 regarding funding for support service providers who assist people who are deaf/blind.

House Appropriations Committee, Budget Hearings: Human Services, Pt. II.

Mar. 06, 2018

House Appropriations Committee, Budget Hearings: Human Services, Pt. II.

House Appropriations Committee, Budget Hearings: Human Services, Pt. I.

Mar. 06, 2018

House Appropriations Committee, Budget Hearings: Human Services, Pt. I.

House Human Services Committee.

Dec. 06, 2017

House Human Services Committee - Public hearing on workforce issues related to care for people who have disabilities. Paying the direct service professionals a living wage may save the Commonwealth money.

House Human Services Committee.

Oct. 03, 2017

House Human Services Committee - Public hearing on A public hearing on workforce issues related to care for people who have disabilities. Paying the direct service professionals a living wage may actually save the Commonwealth money..