Membership Eligibility Guidelines

Membership Information

  • An organization’s annual dues are calculated based on the organization’s budget.

  • Dues mailed by check made out to NOSAC sent to:

    • Michigan Federation for Children and Families

      620 S Capitol Ave, Suite 325

      Lansing, MI 48933

  • State associations (including any state, territory, commonwealth or the District of Columbia) requesting membership in NOSAC must meet the following criteria to be considered for membership:

    • The association must have a paid Executive Director, CEO or equivalent, who exhibits a “passionate connection” to the mission of NOSAC.

    • Their association may represent services to adults as well as services to children.

    • Their association may have public sector members, but the predominant membership of the state association must be private sector providers.

  • The association wishing to be considered for membership in NOSAC may communicate a request for consideration to any NOSAC member.

    • The NOSAC member shall bring the request to the next membership meeting for review. Bearing a request for consideration of membership does not imply an endorsement for the party being considered. The request for membership is subject to review and approval by existing NOSAC members.

  • The Executive director, CEO, or equivalent shall serve as the participating member of NOSAC.

  • The member association must be current in paying dues to be considered a member in full standing. Members will have access to all information on our website, will vote, and will be responsible for periodically assessed fees.

  • Any member may be evaluated, at any time, for reconsideration of membership by the NOSAC members.

  • The membership of NOSAC may, from time to time, amend the eligibility or considerations for membership.

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