Cameron Gilliland is the administrator of the Division of Family and Community Services in the Department of Health and Welfare. He has worked for the department since 1996 in various capacities including in the division and was promoted to administrator in August 2021. He has been trained as a clinical social worker and has overseen policy for the Child Welfare Program and managed several developmental disability programs in the department. Cameron is a fifth generation Idahoan with an undergraduate degree in psychology from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree in social work from Boise State University. He considers it a privilege to work with the Child Welfare staff during this challenging time.
The work of our child welfare staff is often unseen. They work with families experiencing some of the most difficult times of their lives, and the work they do is not often visible to others because child welfare cases are confidential to protect the privacy of the families involved. Staff across the board in the […]