ICC stands for Interagency Coordinating Council
Created by Legislative statute in 1993 to create and sustain a coordinated, comprehensive system of prevention services in the state of Montana, the Interagency Coordinating Council on State Prevention Programs is comprised of ten Montana state agency directors, Children's Trust Fund, the Lt. Governor -- an ex-officio member, and two persons appointed by the Governor who have experiences related to the private or nonprofit provision of prevention programs and services. Guiding the work of the Prevention Resource Center are five youth-based goals established by the Interagency Coordinating Council.
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