Mental Health Services Act
The MHSA was passed by California voters in 2004 and is funded by a one percent income tax on personal income in excess of $1 million per year. It is designed to expand and transform California's behavioral health system to better serve individuals with, and at risk of, serious mental health issues, and their families.
Each year Modoc County Behavioral Health invites feedback and suggestions while planning MHSA services for the upcoming year. These plans encompass Community Services and Supports including Full-Service Partnerships and Prevention, Education, and Intervention programs; Capital and Technology Expansion; Workforce Education and Training; and Innovation endeavors. We appreciate the involvement of our community, consumers and their families, and partners in service delivery. Together we work better for all.
The list of documents below are plans for past years along with current approved plans and future planning documents. A “posted” designation indicates the plan is open for public discussion with the date of the public hearing included in the plan. An approved plan is either historical or currently in place.
- MHSA FY 20-23 Three-Year Plan and FY 2018-2019 PEI Evaluation Report (Approved)
- MHSA FY 2020 - 2021 Annual Update and PEI FY 2019 - 2020 Evaluation Report (Approved)
- MHSA FY 2019 - 2020 Annual Update and FY 2016 - 2018 Evaluation Report (Approved)
- MHSA FY 2018 - 2021 Innovation Plan (Approved)
- MHSA FY 2016 - 2017 Annual Update
- MHSA Capital Facilities Project (Approved)
- MHSA FY 2018 -2019 Annual Update and AB114 Reversion Plan (Approved)
- MHSA FY 2017 - 2020 3-Year Plan
- MHSA FY 2018-2019 Revenue and Expenditure Report
The information below is for grievances regarding MHSA only.
MHSA ISSUE RESOLUTION PROCESS