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Boards, Committees, and Councils: Seeking Members

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Thank you for your interest in public service. The following boards, committees, and councils are​ seeking people to apply to be members. Members of advisory bodies help drive change and find solutions to the problems facing Wisconsin's residents.

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) strives to represent the full diversity of the state. We encourage Wisconsinites from all geographic locations; racial and ethnic identities; ages; nationalities; social and economic status; sexual orientations; gender identities or expressions; religious, political, and ideological perspectives; veteran status; and physical and mental abilities to apply for membership. Council representation that reflects our state population helps DHS better consider differing needs and backgrounds when making policy.

Note: Openings below are subject to change on a monthly basis.

Boards, committees, and councils that are seeking members

DHS is seeking qualified applicants to fill vacancies on the IRIS Advisory Committee (IAC).

The IAC is a workgroup established to provide recommendations to the DHS program staff on issues related to administration of the IRIS program. IRIS (Include, Respect, I Self-Direct) is a self-directed program for adults with disabilities and elderly people. IAC members are individuals who have relevant knowledge, experience, expertise, and community relationships that allow them to present ideas, opinions, or facts for the betterment of the IRIS program.

The deadline to apply is Tuesday, October 31, 2023

Learn more about the IAC and how to apply to become a member of the IAC.

DHS is seeking qualified applicants to fill vacancies on the Long-Term Care Advisory Council (LTCAC).

The LTCAC serves as an advisory body to DHS on existing and emerging aging, disability, and long-term care systems issues. Members provide advice and make recommendations to the DHS Secretary regarding long-term care policy, programs, and services.

The deadline to apply is Tuesday, October 31, 2023.

Learn more about the LTCAC and  how to apply to become a member.  

Last revised November 9, 2023