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Mental Health Services Act



MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ACT (formerly Prop 63)  MHSA_FY18-20_3-YearPlan_FINAL cover

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.

Spending Plan for Funding Subject to AB 114

Click Here to see Monterey County’s “AB 114 Reversion Plan.” The Public comment period for this plan has closed (April 23 – May 23).

Oprima aqui para leer Condado de Monterey’s “Plan de reversión del Proyecto de Ley (AB) 114.” El período de comentario público para este plan se ha cerrado (23 de abril - 23 de mayo).

Fiscal Year 2018-19 Mental Health Services Act Annual Update

Click here to see the Final “FY 2018-19 Mental Health Services Act Annual Update”. T

Oprima aqui para leer “Actualización anual de la Ley de Servicios de Salud Mental del año fiscal 2018-19”.

Three Year Program and Expenditure Plan

Click here to see the “FY18-20 MHSA 3-Year Program and Expenditure Plan

MHSA_FY18-20_3-YearPlan_FINAL_SPANISH coverOprima aqui para leer “Plan Y Presupuesto del Programa de Tres Anos de la Ley Sobre Los Servicios de Salud Mental del Condad de Monterey Para Los anos Fiscales 2017-2018 Al 2019-2020

Prevention and Early Intervention Program

Click here to view the “Monterey County MHSA Prevention and Early Intervention FY 2016-17 Program Overview & Data Summary”

Oprima aqui para leer “MHSA del Condado de Monterey Prevención e Intervención Temprana Visión general del programa y resumen de datos AF 2016-17”


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

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