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Human Services Planning & Development Department 

The Montgomery County Human Services Planning and Development Department (HSPD), previously known as the Montgomery County Office of Family and Children First, operates under the authority of the Montgomery County Board of County Commissioners (County Commissioners). HSPD’s role is to work with stakeholders (community volunteers, public and private agencies, funders, individuals, families and children, clients and caregivers, etc.) to ensure that the most effective health and human services are available to Montgomery County residents.

HSPD provides the professional staffing and resources to support the Family and Children First Council, the Human Services Levy Council, the Homeless Solutions Policy Board, the Ex-Offender Reentry Policy Board and all related committees, as well as other human services-related assignments on behalf of the County Commissioners. HSPD also manages the liaison relationships with public, private and community-based human services agencies, and non-profit contracting for the Board of County Commissioners. HSPD facilitates and implements the development of public policy to guide the funding of health and human services. These responsibilities include research, identification/examination of needs and priorities, technical assistance, planning, resource and program development, monitoring/evaluation of programs, evaluation of outcomes/results, grant/contract management and reporting, and other administrative guidance and support of work products, initiatives and projects.


Superhero Video Series Seeks to Prevent Child Abuse

Human Services Planning and Development Department Selected to Coordinate Western Ohio Regional Child Abuse Prevention Council

 Human Services Planning & Development Receives Collaborative Impact Award

  HSPD award 2016