Strengthening Diverse Communities Through Cross-Systems Collaboration

Membership Meetings



May 8, 2014

"Legislative Roundtable"

ICN will be hosting a legislative roundtable with Commission Josh Shapiro, Commissioner Bruce Castor and Representative Matt Bradford at our May 8th Membership meeting held from 9:00 a.m.-10:30 a.m.   Angela Bell, Esq., will facilitate the meeting and a light breakfast will be available.

If you have any questions or have general topics that you would like to be discussed, please email them to


  • Thursday, May 8, 2014


  • Community Room
        Montgomery County Human Services Center
        1430 DeKalb Street, Norristown, PA

*Please bring updated resource information for our resource table

Street parking available free for 2 hours and parking available in the Fornance Street parking garage for $5.00 (must have exact change).

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Improving Quality of lifeOur Mission at the Interagency Council of Norristown, Inc. (ICN) is to be a consortium of organizations and individuals concerned with improving the quality of life and the delivery of human services within the Greater Central Montgomery County Area through collaborative work with health and human service organizations, businesses, schools and government agencies and citizens.  Collectively, we are committed to:


  • Strong interlocked, efficient and effective network of human service systems
  • Improved opportunities for communities to achieve well-being
  • Strong organizational capacity of  member agencies

Contact Info

Interagency Council of Norristown
PO Box 697
Norristown, PA 19404

Phone: 610-270-2902

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Why Become a Member?


1.) ICN Member Meetings offer excellent opportunities for networking with other organizations in the health and human service sector.

2.) ICN Member Meetings provide informative programs that provide tools to build skills and gain access to available resources in the community.

3.) ICN’s Professional Development Programs are designed to strengthen the organizational capacity of member organizations. They are low-cost and offer a variety of continuing education credits.

4.) ICN’s strong commitment to collaboration encourages community partners to work collectively towards identified community goals.

5.) ICN Connections Resource Guide continues to serve as a gateway for finding appropriate services for consumers in the central region.

6.) ICN’s leadership of CAB (Central Advisory Board) successfully brings county and government offices and non-profits together to develop and implement projects that improve opportunities for communities to achieve well-being.

7.) ICN acts as a conduit to disseminate information about organizations through email distribution. Distribution list is 500+.

8.) ICN Presents: Making Connections monthly TV show offers relevant topics that provide information and resources to community residents through the NASD local community access channel.

9.) ICN board members and staff promote member organizations at community and collaborative meetings.

10.) ICN’s celebratory luncheon in May!

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