The Family Services Review Commission is a Governor-appointed commission tasked with advising the Director of the Oregon Department of Human Services on “all matters affecting the quality of experience and equitable attainment of successful outcomes among families and individuals seeking stability and self-sufficiency through participation in the Department’s programs.” In carrying out this charge, the Commission reviews and advises on program policies, training, funding priorities, and participant involvement.
Marc Jolin, Chair
- Rachel Post
- Tawna Sanchez
For general information about applying and serving on a commission or council, see the Governor's Office Boards and Commissions website.
The Family Services Review Commission meets monthly on the first Thursday for three hours in Salem. Remote participation is an option and travel expenses are reimbursed. If you are considering applying but would like to learn more about the Commission or attend a meeting first, please contact Chair Marc Jolin at firstname.lastname@example.org.