After 10 Years, Fine Tuning is Needed for the Mental Health Services Act

After about ten years of implementation some fine tuning is needed for the Mental Health Services Act to better achieve its goals

This Thursday May 26th the Little Hoover Commission will hold its Prop-63-Logosecond hearing on the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA). At issue is its conclusion that state officials have not implemented the recommendations they made in January 2015.

At the same time legislators are taking unprecedented steps to earmark funds (Senate No Place Like Home budget proposal; AB 2017 McCarty – College Students; AB 2279 – Fiscal Reporting). CCCBHA and I support these efforts and join other stakeholders in recognizing the need for some fine tuning of this act.

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