Pursuant to Welfare and Institutions Code (WIC) Section 5848(a), the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) requires an inclusive and on-going Community Input Process. Counties shall demonstrate a partnership with constituents and stakeholders throughout the process that includes meaningful stakeholder involvement on mental health policy, program planning, and implementation, monitoring, quality improvement, evaluation, and budget allocations. 

Butte County Behavioral Health is seeking stakeholders from agencies, community members, and consumers/family members to be a part of the MHSA Steering Committee.

Committee Responsibilities:

- The Committee will likely gather once a quarter for 1.5 hours in-person, and twice a year for trainings and planning.

- Special Meetings may be scheduled to accommodate MHSA initiatives and workload.

- Members may be asked to communicate with other members or Behavioral Health staff on Committee business and/or work products in between meetings.

- Members will be asked to contribute to Committee work products, including review and feedback of recommendations for quarterly provider meetings and community input processes, etc.

- Members will be asked to attend a minimum of 75 percent of scheduled Committee meetings.

- Members should not conflict interest with other MHSA programs and/or funding decisions. 

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