[HISTORY: Adopted at meeting of Committee of the Town of Orange 5-1-1975. Amendments noted where applicable.]
The First Selectman of the Town of Orange hereby permits the Family Counseling of Greater New Haven, Inc., to begin a one day a week family counseling service in Orange for Orange residents. The program will start in September and will use town-provided facilities. There is to be a six-month introductory period which will be supervised and evaluated. The continuation of the program beyond the initial six-month period will be based on its effectiveness, its acceptance, and its financial support. No money will be appropriated by the town to underwrite the cost of the service at this time.
The First Selectman hereby appoints Father Howard Nash (Chairman), Reverend Neil Burn, Mrs. Mollie Klein and Dr. Robert White as an ad hoc committee to work out the immediate details of operation and of financial support. The committee is to report its findings and recommendations to the First Selectman for his approval by June 30, 1975. The Committee is authorized to call on any town agency for advice and information.
The First Selectman will appoint a standing advisory committee of six to 10 members composed of human services professionals and interested citizens of Orange. The function of this committee will be: to interpret the counseling service to the community; to inform the Agency of the needs of the community; and to deal with the financial matters relating to the service.