Oregon
Rule Rule 581-015-2715
Role of Local Interagency Coordinating Council (LICC)


(1)

Each contractor, in conjunction with subcontrator(s), must solicit the advice and assistance of the local interagency coordinating council (LICC) in each county within the contractor’s service area, regarding:

(a)

Identification of service needs;

(b)

Coordination of services with other agency services;

(c)

Procedures for resolving local disputes; and

(d)

Development of local interagency agreements.

(2)

The recommendations from each LICC must be used by the contractor and subcontractor in developing a plan for services required by the Department. This plan will include components described in section (1) of this rule, and be presented in a format provided by the Department, and must include:

(a)

A written description of the process used in assisting each LICC in the development of their recommendations;

(b)

The contractor’s and subcontractor’s proposal for implementing the recommendations from the LICC in each county;

(c)

Recommendations from the LICC that the contractor and subcontractor(s) does not propose to implement, and the reason for that decision; and

(d)

A written description of the process used to resolve disagreements between the LICC and the contractor and subcontractor(s).

(3)

When there is unresolved conflict over the service plan, and recommendations from the LICC the Department will:

(a)

Investigate the conflict; and

(b)

Make the final decision regarding plan approval and implementation.

(4)

The contractor(s) must provide, within available funds, fiscal and other support for the LICC to perform the functions described in this rule. The LICC must submit an annual budget to the contractor(s) to demonstrate the use of the funds.

(5)

The LICC must collaborate with other agencies and programs in planning and implementing services for young children and their families in the local community.
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