|The children's cabinet shall:
a. Coordinate broad-based leadership across programs, agencies, branches of government, and tribal nations to meet the needs of children;
b. Develop strategies to address gaps or needs regarding early care and education, medical and behavioral health, community, child welfare, and juvenile justice;
c. Develop strategies to provide for the full continuum of care in the delivery of services, including promotion, prevention, early identification and intervention, service delivery, and recovery;
d. Seek to engage cooperation across public and private service providers;
e. Provide a comprehensive vision for how and where children are best served, attending to children in a respectful and relevant manner;
f. Seek strategies to provide services to children without consideration of prior engagement with juvenile services;
g. Provide for the active participation of consumers and providers statewide on advisory committees; and
h. Receive information and recommendations from the department of human services, department of corrections and rehabilitation, and other state agencies.
5. The department of human services shall provide the children's cabinet with staffing and administrative services.