The Mayernick Group


The Mayernick Group has effectively represented our clients in a myriad of areas including appropriations, public safety, education, insurance, environment and utilities, health care, economic development, child welfare, juvenile justice, corrections, as well as business development and expansion.

At The Mayernick Group, we pride ourselves on continuously monitoring trends and successfully fostering the development of business relationships and affiliations between government and the private sector. By collaborating with public/private-based organizations, business leaders and governmental entities, we develop new market opportunities for our clients.

  • Appropriations
  • State Government Affairs
  • Consulting
  • Legislative Agenda Creation and Implementation
  • Coalition Building
  • Bill Tracking and Monitoring
  • Issue Management and Reporting
  • Procurement
  • Business Growth and Expansion
  • Regulatory and Rule
  • Making Process
  • Grassroots Project Coordination
Influential Outcomes:

Opioid Treatment

A substance abuse treatment client asked for our assistance to secure funding to expand the use of an FDA-approved drug for the treatment of alcohol and opioid dependence during the 2013 Session. As of the 2022 Session, we have successfully advocated for an additional $10 million in the state budget for this program.

Influential Outcomes:

Veterans & Vocational Training

Our client asked us to assist in funding a building certification program for veterans through the Department of Economic Opportunity and a vocational program for the incarcerated at the Department of Corrections. This year, both programs were fully funded at the requested amount of $900,000 each.

Influential Outcomes:

Health & Family Recurring Funding

During one legislative session, our client asked us to assist in funding a major expansion of a substance abuse program specifically targeting the needs of pregnant women and babies at $10 million. This funding was successfully obtained in its first year of being requested and continues on a recurring basis in the current budget. In 2021, our client asked for our help to extend Medicaid postpartum coverage for mothers and babies from 60 days to a full year following childbirth. The endeavor was successful and secured in the budget at $240 million on a recurring basis.

Influential Outcomes:

Not-For-Profit Appropriations

A not-for-profit client asked for our assistance in obtaining a direct appropriation to open new centers in Hernando County and Citrus County. In addition to the funding for expanding their services to a new area, during the last three years, we have increased funding for their operations by over $5 million and obtained capital outlay funding for multiple new buildings around the state.