Representative Peter C. Stuckey
Rep. Peter Stuckey is serving his fourth term in the Maine House of Representatives. He is a returning member of the Joint Standing Committee on Health and Human Services.
Stuckey brings deep experience in early education and human services to the Legislature. He served for 18 years as the director of two Portland-based organizations that serve youth, the Children’s Nature and Science Center and the East End Children’s Workshop. He also worked for 18 years as the child development and program operations directors at the People’s Regional Opportunity Program, now known as the Opportunity Alliance.
Stuckey was a member of the Maine Child Care and Head Start Directors associations, Alliance for Children’s Care, Education and Supporting Services, United Way Public Policy Committee, MaineHousing’s Region I Homeless Council, Cumberland County Alliance to End Hunger, Cumberland County Child Abuse and Neglect Council, Children’s Advocacy Council and Greater Portland CA$H.
He also coached hockey at Portland High School for seven years.
Stuckey and his wife, Michelle, have lived in East Deering since 1974. They founded the Good Day Market and were founding members of the East Deering Neighborhood Association. They have two grown children, Jason and Sarah, and two grandsons.
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Rep. Stuckey is a member of the Joint Standing Committee on Health and Human Services.
Brief description of the subject matter handled by the committee: Department of Health and Human Services; Parts of the Dirigo Health Act, including the State Health Plan, the Maine Quality Forum and Advisory Council on Health Systems Development; Maine Health Data Organization; health and medical data; MaineCare, Medicaid, and Medicare Part D; children’s welfare and mental health services; childcare; public health and disease control; tobacco addiction prevention and control; sale of tobacco; prescription drugs; health care facilities and health care workforce; social and rehabilitation services; state health system planning; substance abuse; mental health; developmental and other disabilities; poverty, homelessness and public assistance; home and community-based long-term care; aging, elderly and disability issues; medical use of marijuana; maternal and infant health; and nursing facilities and residential care.
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