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The Prop 63 Story

How has Prop 63 changed your life?

The Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission is producing a commemorative book entitled, The Prop 63 Story, showcasing individual stories of hope and recovery. If you or a loved one has benefited from Prop 63-funded mental health services, we want to hear your story! Consumers in recovery, family members, peers, and the mental health community at large are encouraged to participate. The book will be available online and in print by December 2014.

Please submit a photograph of yourself (a “selfie”) and a short story of your recovery, wellness, or personal triumph as related to mental health to be considered for inclusion in The Prop 63 Story.

Note: All submissions must include a signed consent form.

Flyer with Submission and Consent Form

Deadline to Submit: October 31, 2014

Prop 63 Story Flyer

“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:

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 ( for those who are unable to attend.

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:

Prop 63 Mobile AppMobile Phone App QR Code