County Annual Revenue and Expenditure Reports
All County Mental Health Plans must file annual reports on actual expenditures in programs supported by Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) funds, with data broken out by program and funding source under rules set by the State Department of Health Care Services.
Annual Revenue and Expenditure
Reports by Population
3-Year Program & Expenditure Plans
County Mental Health Plans (MHP) are required to prepare and submit a Plan to authorize MHSA programs and expenditures for services provided to clients each fiscal year.
Three-Year Plans must include plans for the following MHSA Components: Community Services and Supports (CSS), Prevention and Early Intervention, Innovative Programs, Workforce Education and Training, and Capital Facilities and Technological Needs. County Mental Health Service Act (MHSA) Three-Year Program and Expenditure Plans are the primary sources for program descriptions in the MHSOAC Program Search Tool.
The Role of County Cooordinators
The Behavioral Health MHSA Programs Coordinator is responsible for planning, supervising, coordinating, and implementing MHSA activities and operations. Program coordinators collaborate with community agencies and organizations to facilitate program-planning activities and to coordinate and supervises the work in achieving program goals and objectives. A key function of this role is to monitor program effectiveness; and coordinate assigned activities with other divisions, departments, outside agencies, and the public.
MHSA Directors & County Coordinators
MHSA Coordinator and Program Manager
Nicole Ebrahimi-Nuyken, LMFT
Behavioral Health Director
San Luis Obispo
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