Local Interagency Coordinating Council

Local Interagency Coordinating Councils, or LICCs, are comprised of community members with a vested interest in an interagency system of service provision for children birth to five and their families. LICCs are responsible for many things, from child find activities, to communication and collaboration among community partners on issues pertinent to the population they represent. LICCs can help with activities such as child find, public awareness, and professional development, in addition to advising the lead agency with matters of policy, resource development, and much more.  The state of Kansas Administration Regulation 28-4-565 states that “Each community shall have a local interagency coordinating council (LICC) that has as one of its purposes, the coordination of early intervention services for infants and toddlers with disabilities and their families”. 

Currently there are 29 local programs in Kansas and each identifies in its grant application the contact information for their local ICC. The LICCs are responsible for regularly assessing the early intervention needs of its community.  The LICCs must meet at least quarterly, but can meet more often, depending on the work of the Council. 

To find the LICC in your area, contact the infant toddler program in your area. A list of the programs can be found below.


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