Mental Health Services Act (MHSA)
Sutter-Yuba Behavioral Health (SYBH) is pleased to acknowledge the passage of Proposition 63, the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA). The MHSA is funded by a tax on high income individuals and is designed to transform California’s county mental health service systems. Thank you to all who supported this important, ground-breaking legislation.
Five components comprise the Mental Health Services Act. Click on the links below to view the original MHSA components plans and other archived MHSA information.
COMMUNITY PLANNING PROCESS FOR MHSA
In accordance with MHSA regulations, County Mental Health Departments are required to submit a program and expenditure plan and update it on an annual basis, based on funding estimates provided by the State and in accordance with established planning requirements and stakeholder engagement.
Archived MHSA Annual Updates and community planning process documents are available for viewing in the MHSA Archive.
Notice of Public Hearings
- Public Hearing & Community Information Sessions- MHSA FY 18-19 Annual Update and AB 114 Spending Plan Notice
All comments are welcome.
SYBH wants to involve people with mental illness and family caregivers in the planning process. To find out more or to participate, please contact Megan Ginilo using the contact information at the bottom of this page.
To obtain a hard copy or send comments:
Send comments to:
1965 Live Oak Blvd.
c/o P.O. Box 1520
Requests for hard copies of this plan should be sent to the same P.O. Box address.
Hard copies will be available to view at the main libraries of Sutter and Yuba, and may be picked up at 1965 Live Oak Blvd at the Main Behavioral Health Building.
MHSA Issue Resolution Process
It is the policy of Sutter-Yuba Behavioral Health to resolve concerns or grievances related to the MHSA community program planning process and concerns about consistency between program implementation and approved plans.