Overview

The Mental Health Services Act (MHSA), known as Proposition 63, was passed by voters in November 2004 and became a state law called the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA). Effective January 1, 2005, the MHSA provides state funding to counties for expanded and innovative mental health programs. MHSA programs support the County's vision of Live Well San Diego by providing the community services to assist with mental and behavioral health needs, education about the importance of mental health, and how to access necessary resources, so that all San Diego residents may lead healthy and productive lives.

As part of Behavioral Health Services practice and State requirements, the County is releasing for public review the draft MHSA Three-Year Program and Expenditure Plan for Fiscal Years 2020-23. The plan provides narrative and fiscal information about the current integration of MHSA services within the County of San Diego’s Systems of Care.

We welcome all feedback regarding the plan. A synopsis of all comments will be included in the appendix of the final report. Please use this form to submit your thoughts by October 1, 2020 at which time the 30-day public review concludes. 

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* 1. Please provide your feedback about the Three-Year Plan in the space provided.

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