Results Scorecard – Washington County
Washington County Local Management Board
The Washington County Local Management Board’s vision is that all Washington County children will be born and raised in a safe, healthy, and nurturing environment to become healthy and responsible adults. The priorities of the Washington Local Management Board are to:
- Act as a neutral convener to stimulate local action by State and local government, public and private providers, business and industry, and residents to create an effective system of services, supports, and opportunities that improve outcomes for children, youth, and families;
- Participate in the development and the implementation of a strategic plan and community needs assessment in relation to children, youth, and families;
- Develop and implement strategies to achieve clearly defined results for families and children consistent with the priorities and goals of the Governor’s Office for Children;
- Maintain standards of accountability for locally agreed upon results for children and families while maximizing return on investment of funds received.
The Washington County Local Management Board consists of 20 voting members, seven private citizens serving as community representatives, along with 11 standing ex officio members, one non-voting ex officio member from the Board of County Commissioners of Washington County, and one non-voting member from the Washington County delegation to the Maryland General Assembly. Ex-officio members serving on the Board include representatives from the following: Department of Social Services, Washington County Public Schools, Washington County Health Officer, Department of Juvenile Services Director, the Core Service Agency Director, Hagerstown Housing Authority, Washington County Sheriff’s Office, the United Way of Washington County, the Developmental Disabilities Administration Western Maryland Region, Washington County States Attorney, and the Western Maryland Consortium.
The Washington County of Community Grant Management, a department of local government, provides administrative support to the Local Management Board.
All programs operated in FY19 unless otherwise noted.
Prioritized Results and Programs
Youth Have Opportunities for Employment or Career Readiness
Children Enter School Ready to Learn
Children are Successful in School
Youth Will Complete School
Local Care Team Administration