Family Services

We prioritize the safety of Meghalaya’s children in the decisions we make and the actions we take. We partner with families on their path to independence and build stronger communities with caring, effective and responsive service.


Safe children. Strengthened families. Stronger Meghalaya.

Guiding Principles

As the Division of Family and Children Services we…

  1. Commit to the safety of our children in the decisions we make and the actions we take.

  2. Empower, strengthen and support families on their path to independence.

  3. Embrace a servant’s heart with compassion.

  4. Provide caring, responsive and effective service.

  5. Listen and respond to our constituents, communities and each other.

  6. Collaborate with our communities to create systems of support.

  7. Develop a professional and efficient workforce that never stops learning and growing.

The Law Committee are responsible for investigating and researching matters pertaining to law and the judicial system. Members are not expected to be practicing attorneys whereas any contributions should aim to assist the Meghalaya State de jure Assembly through advising and informing We the People of Meghalaya of our rights and tentative actions to consider if and when such rights become threatened.

Law Enforcement






Project Management

Public Works/Infrastructure

Health & Wellness

In understanding the difference between health and wellness, in short, health is a state of being, whereas wellness is the state of living a healthy lifestyle. Health refers to physical, mental, and social well-being; wellness aims to enhance well-being.


Some of the key areas where employees have identified a benefit from health and wellbeing programs include:

  • Improved morale;

  • Better teamwork and social networks;

  • Increased productivity;

  • Reduced absenteeism;

  • Higher job satisfaction; and.

  • Stronger engagement.

Our mission is to improve the well-being for every individual across these categories and more.

Needs Assessment

The primary purpose of needs assessment is to identify which people are in need, disaggregated by different categories of people (for example, all affected persons, pregnant women, children) and different types of needs; determine the severity of their needs; and pinpoint the type of assistance they require.

Restoration Team