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Mental Health Services Act

Published on . Last modified on November 4, 2016

Prop 63 General Information

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ACT (formerly Prop 63)

General Information The Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) provides   funding to counties to expand and develop innovative, integrate services for   children, transition age youth, adults and older adults. The overall goal is to transform public mental health care. Formerly known as “Prop 63”, California voters passed the MHSA in the November 2004 election.

Click here to see the MHSA FY 2014-15 thru FY 2016-17 Program and Expenditure plan in English.

Oprima aqui para leer el programa y plan de gastos de tres años de la Ley Sobre los Servicios de Salud Mental del Condado de Monterey para el Año Fiscal 2014-15 al Año Fiscal 2016-17

Oprima aqui para leer las Hojas de Datos de Programa de Ley de Servicios de Salud Mental


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 Annual Update Information and Request for Comments

The community forums will give you the opportunity to comment on the draft FY 16-17 Annual Update Plan.  The community is also encouraged to participate and submit written comments about the plan.

*Click here to view the FY 2016‐2017 MHSA Annual Update” for Public Review/Comment** Comments are due by 5:00 PM on November 18, 2016.

**Oprima aqui PARA LEER LA ACTUALIZACIÓN ANUAL DE LA LEY SOBRE LOS SERVICIOS DE SALUD MENTAL (MHSA) del CONDADO DE MONTEREY PARA EL AF 2016-17″ PARA LA REVISIÓN Y EL COMENTARIO PÚBLICOS** La fecha límite para entregar sus comentarios es el 18 de noviembre de 2016 a las 5:00 PM

***Click here to view Appendix a: “D3 Data driven decisions report FY 2015-16” featuring mhsa-funded programs

 

ALL COMMENTS MUST BE IN WRITING.

Please send your written comments:

 

Via mail to: Monterey County Behavioral Health Bureau

1270 Natividad Road, Salinas, CA 93905

Attention: Alica Hendricks, MHSA Coordinator

 

Via FAX to: 831-796-8533

Via email to: hendricksa@co.monterey.ca.us

 

DEADLINE TO SUBMIT COMMENTS: 5PM, November 18th, 2016.


Vision To enhance the social, emotional, and spiritual   well-being of the residents of Monterey County in their communities

Guiding Principles for System Transformation:

  • Consumer & Family Driven
  • Accessible & Timely Services
  • Wellness & Recovery
  • Culturally & Linguistically Competent Services
  • Strength & Resiliency
  • Integrated & Coordinated Services