The Trusted Response Urgent Support Team (TRUST), formerly the Community Mobile Response (CMR) Program has been developed as a Mental Health Services Act (MHSA)  Innovation project. On November 2, 2004, California voters passed Proposition 63, known as the MHSA, which established new tax revenues for the purpose of improving and expanding county mental health services to children, adults, and seniors with severe mental illnesses. California Code of Regulations (CCR) section 3200.184 defines an “Innovative Project” as a project that the County designs and implements for a defined time period and evaluates to develop new best practices in mental health services and supports.

The County of Santa Clara Behavioral Health Services Department’s new TRUST program will significantly expand community-based mental health and crisis response services using a model where community residents, mental health workers, and emergency medical services providers respond to needs and crises in the community. The teams will respond to calls for service without law enforcement, to encourage community members with a history of negative interactions with law enforcement to use this program.  

Over the last month, the TRUST program held a contest allowing all community artist an opportunity to design the program logo.  Please help us by voting for the logo that should be used to represent the TRUST program.

Please contact the MHSA Team via email at if you have any questions. Thank you!

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* 1. What should the logo for the TRUST Program be?