708 Mental Health Board

2023 Meeting Schedule

Meetings are held monthly or as deemed necessary.

January 18th 4 pm
March 15th4 pm
May 3rd  4 pm
May 16th (Budget)4 pm
May 17th (Budget)4 pm
May 18th (Budget)4 pm
August 16th4 pm
November 15th4 pm

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes.


  • Brian Munos, President 
    Term Expires: 2026
  • Beverly Clark, Secretary
    Term Expires: 2023
  • Carla Enburg, Liaison For the County Board
    Term Expires: 2022
  • Joseph Robb 
    Term Expires: 2025
  • Lili Darrow 
    Term Expires: 2023
  • Lori Cole 
    Term Expires: 2026
  • Luis Puentes
    Term Expires: 2025
  • Marcy Bell 
    Term Expires: 2025
  • Patricia Allison 
    Term Expires: 2025

Board Function & Mission

The Rock Island County 708 Mental Health Board was established in 1976 as a result of the community Mental Health Act introduced by the Illinois House Bill 708. The bill enables the county to collect and allocate revenue for mental health, substance abuse and developmental disabilities services for Rock Island County Citizens. 708 Board consists of nine members.

By promoting a full array of coordinated mental health, developmental disability and substance abuse services for all residents of Rock Island County.

By providing leadership of a coordinated services system with on going communications among providers, recipients and citizens.

By conducting the business of the board with integrity, with social responsibility, and in the best interest of the citizens and taxpayers of rock Island County.

To improve reporting mechanisms to better reflect accountability of funded service providers in regard to fiscal responsibility.


  • We empower individuals and families toward mental wellness and resiliency
  • We are accountable for quality, cost-effective services
  • We value diversity in services, staff and community
  • We provide education in order to aid recovery and prevention


  • Improve access to care
  • Increase awareness of existing services
  • Promote administrative effectiveness and efficiency
  • Provide leadership and advocacy