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Campaign For Community Wellness - Mental Health Services Act

The Mental Health Services Act (MHSA/Proposition 63) provides both a vision and an opportunity with potential resources to transform California's mental health system.  The Act provides a specific list of purposes and intent; defines serious mental illness, including prevention and early intervention, as a priority and prioritizes reducing the long-term impact resulting from untreated serious mental illness.  The act also provides for successful, innovative services, including culturally and linguistically competent approaches for underserved populations.

Campaign for Community Wellness

MHSA Plans open for Public Comment

MHSA Plans

Annual Updates

Evaluation Reports

MHSA Revenue and Expenditure Reports

Assignment of MHSA PEI Statewide Projects

Detailed information on meetings and minutes

Brief Program Descriptions

                   Assisted Outpatient Treatment

                   Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) allows Placer County to provide intensive,
                   court-ordered treatment in the community for individuals with severe
                   mental illness who would otherwise be unable to obtain timely interventions.  To
                   qualify for AOT services a person must meet specific criteria.  Please
                   see the following brochure for more information:  AOT Brochure 

If you have questions regarding the Placer County Mental Health Services Act or the Campaign for Community Wellness Steering Committee, please contact:

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