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Request for proposal (RFP) 14MHSOAC003: Recovery ORientation of Programs Evaluation

You are invited to review and respond to this Request for Proposal (RFP), for the Recovery Orientation of Programs Evaluation.

GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE BARRIER APPROVED TODAY BY BRIDGE AUTHORITY

Press Release: Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Barrier

Press Release: Golden Gate Bridge Suicide Barrier Now Possible Thanks to Proposition 63 Funding - 06/26/2014

Image of Senate Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg and Senator Mark Leno with group of people at Golden Gate Bridge

Senator Mark Leno and Senate President Pro Tempore Darrell Steinberg speaking at the Golden Gate BridgeMHSOAC Commissioner David Pating, M.D. speaking at Golden Gate Bridge

MEdia Advisory: steinberg, leno at golden gate bridge tomorrow

Media Advisory: Steinberg, Leno at Golden Gate Bridge Tomorrow, to Present Final Funding Strategy for Suicide Barrier - 06/25/2014

Select committee on mental Health Informational Hearing - July 2, 2014

Join Senator Jim Beall and members of the Senate Select Committee on Mental Health for an informational hearing about the outcomes of California's recent investments in behavioral health programs.

The hearing will be streamed live on Senator Beall's homepage (http://sd15.senate.ca.gov) for those who are unable to attend.

New Interim Executive Director Appointed to commission

Press Release: New Interim Executive Director Appointed to the Oversight Commission - 06/16/2014

“A Choice to Heal: Mental Health in California”

This documentary recently aired on CBS stations in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento and Fresno.
It details California’s groundbreaking Prevention and Early Intervention programs that are funded by Proposition 63, the Mental Health Services Act.

View it here:

http://sproutvideo.com/videos/1c9bd9b11918e0cd94

We have moved!

Please note our new location at:

1325 J Street, Suite 1700
Sacramento, CA 95814

Please note: This is a federal building; please bring a photo ID and expect your bag(s) to be checked/searched.

Notice of Intent to Award Triage Personnel Grants

Steinberg Announces Mentally Ill Offender Crime Reduction Grant PRograM

MHSOAC 2013 Report to the Governor and legislature

MHSOAC 2014 Strategic Plan

INVESTMENT IN MENTAL HEALTH WELLNESS ACT OF 2013 - RFA DOCUMENTS

 

Q&A From Bidders Conference on October 25, 2013

Triage Grant Bidders Conference County Questions and Answers

 

Prop 63 mobile app is now available

This new mobile web app enables you to search for county programs. Simply scan the QR Code and it will take you directly there.

The mobile app URL is: http://apps.cta.ca.gov/prop63/

Prop 63 Mobile AppMobile Phone App QR Code

 



final evaluation master plan

This Evaluation Master Plan was developed for the Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission to chart its course on evaluation activity for the next 3-5 years.

The Final Evaluation Master Plan - Adopted by the MHSOAC on March 28, 2013


MHSOAC 2014 Work Plan

MHSOAC 2014 Work Plan


NAMI'S LIST OF PROP 63 MHSA PROGRAMS IN CALIFORNIA

MHSA Full List Here


FY 13-14 ANNUAL UPDATE SUBMITTALS

 

 

 

 

 

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NEXT COMMISSION MEETING

Commission Meeting
July 24, 2014
8:30 A.M. - 4:15 P.M.
MHSOAC
1325 J Street, Suite 1700
Sacramento, CA 95814
Call-in Number: 866-817-6550
Participation Code: 3190377

Next Community Forum

Eastern Sierra Community Forum on the MHSA
August 7, 2014  
3:00 - 6:30 PM
Mono County Supervisors Chambers
452 Old Mammoth Road
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546 

RSVP to: mhsoac@mhsoac.ca.gov

MHSOAC Community Forum Reports 2012-13

On the radio

The Los Angeles-based Free Your Mind Projects radio show showcases the Mental Health Services ACTION segment which highlights Prop 63. 


Archived Radio Shows


MHSA Prevention, Early Intervention and Innovation Report of Findings

MHSA Prevention, Early Intervention, and Innovation Report of Findings

PRESS RELEASE: No Compliance Problems Found with Mental Health Services Act Programs Recently Highlighted in the Media

 

In the News

FORMER OAC COMMISSIONER AWARDED FULLBRIGHT AWARD - 07/09/2014

Press Release: Planned Psychiatry Residency Training Program Receives Accreditation - 04/24/2014

Bullying: From Insults to Injury
San Francisco Medical Journal
Authors: MHSOAC Commission Vice Chair David Pating and
MHSOAC Consulting Psychologist Deborah Lee
- 05/08/13

Senate Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg speaks at the 2013 California Mental Health & Substance Use Policy Forum sponsored by California Institute for Mental Health (CiMH) - 02/19/13

The California Endowment Report -- "Survey: Californians Say Mental Health Care and Emergency Preparedness Are Best Ways to Prevent School Violence" - 01/31/13

According to this survey of 1,200 California voters, when asked whether hiring a school counselor or a police officer would be more effective at preventing violence, voters chose counselors by a margin of more than two to one (67% to 26%).

Sacramento News and Review CoverProp 63 Insert in Sacramento News & Review -- "Hope on the Horizon" - 11/22/2013

Six people share their experience with mental illness and their road to recovery.

Mental Illness Affects EveryoneProp 63 insert in Sacramento News & Review -- "Mental Illness: It Affects Everyone" - 01/03/13

Five people tell their stories of how Proposition 63 programs have changed their lives. Plus, lists of resources for El Dorado, Placer, Yolo, Nevada, and Sacramento counties.

 


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