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Department Health and Human Services and Regional Services Centers to Co-Host Series of Community Conversations to Highlight Services and Get Community Input on Priority Issues

For Immediate Release: Monday, April 4, 2022

The Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), in partnership with the County’s Regional Services Centers, will host five virtual community conversations that will highlight the diverse array of services that DHHS provides to residents, and get input from residents on the issues and/or services the Department and County should focus on.

The meetings will be held from 7:00-8:30 p.m. on the following dates

“I look forward to meeting residents over the course of several weeks to share with them about the many ways our department works to improve the quality of life for all residents,” says Dr. Raymond Crowel, director of DHHS.  “From housing to mental health to food security to childcare, we are working to promote the safety, physical and mental wellbeing of Montgomery County.”

The community conversations halls are free and open to the public. Registration is not required.  Click on the location and date above for login information. During the event, attendees will be able to ask questions about the department’s work and make recommendations about issues the department should focus on. Dr. Crowel will provide an overview of the Department, its work over the course of the pandemic and its future plans.  Other individuals from DHHS leadership will be available to answer questions and discuss the concerns of the community.

To request sign language interpreter services or other assistance to participate in the meeting, email Warren Hansen at  with as much advance notice as possible, preferably at least three full business days before the meeting date.

To learn more about the Department of Health and Human Services, visit their website.

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Release ID: 22-209
Media Contact: Mary Anderson
Categories: Budget, Health