Western Highlands Network
Western Highlands Network

CFAC Membership Forms

  • Advance form
    (PDF)
  • CFAC Bylaws Oct 2012
    (PDF) (Word)
  • CFAC Membership Application
    (PDF) (Word)
  • CFAC Relational Agreement with the Board
    (PDF) (Word)

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CFAC

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 What is CFAC?

CFAC (Consumer and Family Advisory Committee) is a 21 member committee of people, just like you, who have an interest in doing the work listed below. It can be hard work but rewarding; helping to provide better services for consumers. The CFAC committee consists of consumers and family members of consumers only.

Western Highlands Network (WHN) CFAC is one of the strongest community voices for people living with mental illness, substance abuse and intellectual/development disabilities in 8 counties.

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CFAC Members | CFAC Committees | CFAC Meeting Minutes

 

CFAC is an advisory partner

North Carolina statute G.S. 122C-170(a) requires WHN to establish a CFAC which serves as an advisory partnership committee with responsibilities to:

  • Offer recommendations on the range of services and services eligibility
  • Assist in identifying gaps in service
  • Provide advice and consultation regarding development of new models of service
  • Participate in monitoring service development and delivery
  • Review and comment on state and local service budgets
  • Observe, report and participate in strategic planning
  • Participate in all quality improvement measures and performance indicators
  • Ensure consumer and family participation in all quality improvement projects at both the provider and WHN levels 

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CFAC Meetings:

 

When:  CFAC meetings are scheduled the fourth Monday of each month. 

Who May Attend:  Meetings are open to the public.

Where: Most Meetings are held at 356 Biltmore Avenue, Asheville, NC 28801 (Board Room upstairs)
Please check the calendar for meetings that are moved throughout the eight counties.

Meeting Schedule: Community Connections begins at 5:45 p.m. Regular meeting begins promptly at 6:00 p.m. Minutes of the CFAC meetings are posted on this web site as quickly as possible following the meetings. 

How YOU Can Help!

 
Attendance is supported with a stipend, mileage, child/adult care, and transportation if needed. »CFAC Flyer

 

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Contact Us

 

CFAC Member Contacts

CFAC Liaison:   Sam Sutker   
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828-225-2785 or 1-800-671-6560

CFAC Liaison:   Richard Graham
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Vice-Chair:   Joe Crowder   
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Request an application or provide feedback by contacting:

Sam Sutker, Community and Customer Relations
Western Highlands Network
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Phone: 828-225-2785 ext 2107

»Membership Application

Feedback Form

Please use the links above to find the appropriate information. If you still need to contact us, you can use our general feedback form.

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Western Highlands Network | 356 Biltmore Avenue | Asheville, NC 28801

Consumers: 828-225-2800 or 1-800-951-3792 | Providers: 828-225-2785 or 1-800-671-6560 | Fax: 828-225-2784