Human Services Advisory Council

Meetings

  • 2 p.m.
  • 1st Wednesday of the month. (No meetings January, July & August)


Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

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Council Members

  • Jeffrey L. Pierson, Commissioner
  • Bridget DeFiccio
  • John Roy, Chair
  • Joe Faldetta
  • Donna Groome
  • Joe Fahy
  • Terri Bryan
  • Rose Kuprianov
  • Jamie Moscony
  • Joe Sittineri


  • Judy Kunec
  • Mary Dozier
  • Megan Santiago
  • Lorenzo McFadden
  • Christa Loper
  • Nichol Hoff
  • Carol Haig
  • Wayne Whelan
  • Chris Zellers

About the Council

The Human Services Advisory Council (HSAC) is appointed by the Board of County Commissioners and advises the Board of County Commissioners regarding human service needs within the county. The Human Services Advisory Council is composed of providers, interested citizens, and consumers of all types of human services.


Membership is prescribed by NJAC 10:2-1.3, which is the State of New Jersey regulations for county HSACs. The Cape May County HSAC is comprised of 19 voting members with non-voting representation from county and state representatives as needed. Each county in New Jersey has a HSAC. The Cape May County HSAC was established in 1983 with the following goals:

  • To provide a forum for public leaders to have input into New Jersey Departments of Children and Families and Human Services policy on statewide human service issues and to work with the Departments toward achieving statewide human service goals.
  •   To respond and react to information received from the New Jersey Departments of Children and Families and Human Services.
  •  To communicate and share such information with the County Human Services Advisory Council and the human services community at large.
  • To identify county and statewide trends and/or priorities and share them with the New Jersey Departments of Children and Families and Human Services.

2020 HSAC Needs Assessment