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Placer MHSA Integrated 3 Year Planning—Further Conversations. July 1, 2014- June 31, 2017. Agenda. Update MHSA planning efforts & timeline Review RFP process / framework Update “Innovation” Planning Next steps. Review of Planning Elements & Requirements. 3-year plan (2014 – 2017)

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Placer MHSA Integrated 3 Year Planning—Further Conversations

July 1, 2014- June 31, 2017


Agenda

  • Update MHSA planning efforts & timeline

  • Review RFP process / framework

  • Update “Innovation” Planning

  • Next steps


Review of Planning Elements & Requirements

  • 3-year plan (2014 – 2017)

  • Based on unspent funds + estimated revenues from State

  • Stakeholder process

    • Representatives from the County’s constituency groups (CCW Steering)

    • Involvement in: mental health policy, program planning & implementation, monitoring, quality improvement, evaluation & budget allocations

  • Draft plan circulated for 30 days for public comment (Jan. 2014)


Review of Campaign Structure

  • Four committees/Representatives:

    • Promote Mental Health Awareness – Anno Nakai

    • Outreach and Stigma Reduction—Jennifer Price

    • MHSA Implementation – Janice Leroux

    • Workforce, Education and Training(WET)—Lisa Sloan

    • 2 Mental Health Authority Reps. – Maureen Bauman and Richard Knecht

    • Campaign Facilitators—Katrina Moser/Christi Meng

  • Leadership Team: Decisional Team, based on input and guidance from this CCW Steering committee


Review of Current MHSA Elements

Ongoing

Ongoing

One-Time (CSS)

75%

20%

5%

Community

Services & Supports

Prevention & Early

Intervention

Innovation

Cap Fac. & Tech

West Slope(PCF)

Full Service Prt.

Ready for Success

Housing

Tahoe(TTCF)

Systems Transf.

Bridges to Wellness

5 Large Projects

Bye Bye Blues

Crisis Triage

Lake Tahoe

WET


Current Process and Timeline

Dec.

May/June

March

April

Aug

Gaps

Eval.

Current

Programs

Innovation

+

Planning

Framework

For Priorities

“Survey”

For Review

Target Pop.

+ Outcomes

  • Determine which activities move forward

  • Steering Ideas

  • Asset survey

  • Brainstorm

  • Process Decisions

  • Funding strategies

Oct - Dec.

Sept

Strategies &

Programs/RFP

framework

Outcomes&

Target Pops.

Draft

Plan

Staff maps

To Budget

  • Framework for programs

  • Steering Rec.

  • Leadership Team decisional

January 2014


Total Dollars for 2014-17

  • *Note for Innovation Dollars

  • $325k recommended to fund current large innovation programs ($200k PEI and $125k CSS)


Update PEI and CSS Budgeting, Planning and County Request for Proposal Process (RFP)


Community Services and Supports


Prevention and Early Intervention


General Allocation Framework - CSS

Guidelines:

76% Adult, TAY, Older Adult

24% Children

*Subtotal Includes Intensive Trauma Service Model


General Allocation Framework - CSS


General Allocation Framework - CSS


CSS – Budget Projections Detail


General Allocation Framework - PEI


General Allocation Framework - PEI


General Allocation Framework - PEI


General Allocation Framework - PEI


General Allocation Framework - PEI

** Amount not allocated specifically, however, direction is to give priority here.


General Allocation Framework - PEI


PEI – Budget Projection Detail


How Funds Are AllocatedCounty / Contract

  • CSS – 50% contract overall

    Adult FSP’s – 70% contract

    Children FSP – 40% contract

    Sys. Trans. – 49 % contract

    Tahoe -- 100% contract

  • Innovation

    95% contract

  • PEI

    90% contract


General RFP Requirements

  • All activities must tie directly to those with mental health disorders or those at risk (will be defined)

  • PEI – Clear indication as to whether this is a prevention or early intervention activity

  • How to measure baseline and improvement- what tools, what do they measure, how frequently???

  • What is intended outcome (that will be measured)?

  • Evaluation plan and costs

  • What are specific interventions?

  • Accessibility (address after hour options, home visiting, geographic considerations, disability access, etc.)


RFP Requirements

  • What is target group (identify in RFP if there are specific target groups either required or preferred)?

  • How, as course of business, MH awareness and stigma reduction is addressed (may request small funds for specific events, etc.)?

  • Leveraging of funds and partnerships with community and county services


Innovation Update


Innovation Update

  • Mental Health Oversight and Accountability Commission reviewed concepts

  • New staff/slight change in direction

  • Need detail on programs in plan

  • Implications

    • RFP will come after plan is approved (not as part of)

    • Prioritize ideas without use of RFP -- tie to access to underserved

    • Meeting in January—Innovations Planning Final


Next Steps

  • January

    • Innovation meeting

    • MHSA plan circulated for comment

  • February

    • RFP process for MHSA components begins

      • Innovation not included


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