Serve on an Advisory Committee


​Community Action Agency/Neighborhood District Committee
The Community Action Agency/Neighborhood District Committee serves as an advisory body to the Lee County Board of County Commissioners on the planning, performance evaluation and public comment regarding:
  • Community Services Block Grant Action Plan
  • HUD Consolidated Plan
  • HUD Annual Action Plan
  • HUD Annual Performance Plan
  • Funding for projects within targeted neighborhood districts 

The Committee's recommendations shall be submitted to the Board, which may adopt, modify or amend them. 
CAA/NDC Application​​

​Committee Member Listing
Administrative Code 15-1
Meeting Minutes (January 14, 2021)
Meeting Notice (June 10, 2021)
Meeting Minutes (March 11, 2021)
​Meeting Cancelled (September 9, 2021)
​Community Human Services Council

As a result of the Smart Growth initiative and shrinking State and Federal resources, the Board of County Commissioners created the Community Human Services Council (CHSC). The CHSC, comprised of private and public community stakeholders, is charged with the task of effectively designing a community-based plan for current and future human service needs in Lee County.


As state and federal funding sources diminish, services and associated costs shift to the local community. This means we will need to prioritize services; invest in measurable outcomes; and coordinate advances in technology, planning and service delivery to effectively meet service demands. The CHSC will assure there is a countywide strategic plan to assist in providing service coordination and resource planning. The strategic plan will promote the strengthening of private and public partnerships, promote collaboration and integration of community services, and strive to eliminate fragmented service delivery systems.

CHSC Application​

Human Services Council Meeting Dates
Administrative Code 15-6 Chronic Homeless Study
Meeting Minutes (December 17, 2019)Committee Meeting Topics
Committee Members Listing (February 2020)

Human Services Strategic Plan


Volunteer with our youth services program


Neighborhood Accountability Board 

Volunteers represent the community by attending the NAB conference with the youth, youth's parent/guardian, victim, and other NAB volunteers to develop a case plan for the youth. To become a NAB volunteer, you must attend a training session to learn about the traditional juvenile court system versus the restorative justice system and learn how to put restorative justice principles into practice. An ​accountability board application must be submitted, along with passing a background check, and observing two conferences before you can participate. There is no set time commitment, you can volunteer as little as 2 hours a month. Anyone 14 years of age or older can volunteer with the NABs (youth need parental consent).

Accountability Board ApplicationCall (239) 533-7947Email ndonato@leegov.com

Upcoming Training Dates to be posted
NAB Volunteer Training InformationDetailed Accountability Board Volunteer Description


Volunteer with one of our partners


United Way Volunteer Opportunities

The United Way of Lee, Hendry, Glades, and Okeechobee is a volunteer organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for all people in our community.

See current volunteer opportunities