Mental Health Services Act


What is the Mental Health Services Act?

  
On November 2nd, 2004, California voters approved Proposition 63, known as the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA). This ballot initiative provided funds to transform the way public mental health services are provided.

Please view the Mental Health Services Act.

​Sierra County Mental Health Services Act Plans:

An amendment needs to be made to the Mental Health Services Act Plan 2017-2020 Fiscal Year 2018/19 Annual Update under the Capital Facilities and Technologies Component.  The required 30-day review process starts today with the posting of this amendment.  Please view the amendment here.   A public hearing will take place on June 6, 2019 at the Sierra County Wellness Center located at 207 Front Street, Loyalton, CA  96118.  The hearing will start at 10:00 AM.

Sierra County Mental Health Services Act Transfer of Funds 30-day Review:

Sierra County Mental Health Services Act plans to transfer $290,988 of unspent funds from the Community Services and Supports component to the Capital Facilities and Technologies component consistent with Welfare and Institutions Code section 5892.  View the transfer calculation.
 


   
View the 2017-2020 Mental Health Services Act Program and Expenditure Plan 
View the 2018/2019 Mental Health Services Act Program and Expenditure Plan

View the 2017-2018 Revenue and Expenditures Document
View the 2016-2017 Revenue and Expenditures Document
View the 2015-2016 Revenue and Expenditure Document
View the 2014-2015 Revenue and Expenditure Document
View the 2013-2014 Revenue and Expenditure Document
View the 2011-2012 Revenue and Expenditure Document
View the 2010-2011 Revenue and Expenditure Document
View the 2007-2008 Revenue and Expenditure Document
View the 2006-2007 Revenue and Expenditure Document
 
   
Please feel free to contact Laurie Marsh for more information, comments or questions.  Phone:  530-993-6745 Email

Public Input & Feedback


Input is encouraged and welcomed from community members and persons who receive services through the Behavioral Health Department. All input, suggestions, concerns, and questions presented will lead to a draft annual update.

The Mental Health Service Act Coordinator encourages people to contact her directly with any questions, comments, and/or suggestions regarding the Mental Health Services Act.

Mental Health Services Act Issue Resolution Process


Sierra County's Behavioral Health Department's Mental Health Services Act has a system for community members and stakeholders to resolve concern or grievances regarding the activities of the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA).

Mental Health Services Act Issue Resolution Process