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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

Placer MHSA Integrated 3 Year Planning—Further Conversations

July 1, 2014- June 31, 2017


Agenda
Agenda Conversations

  • Update MHSA planning efforts & timeline

  • Review RFP process / framework

  • Update “Innovation” Planning

  • Next steps


Review of planning elements requirements
Review of ConversationsPlanning 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
Review of Campaign ConversationsStructure

  • 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
Review of Current MHSA Elements Conversations

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
Current Process and Timeline Conversations

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 Conversations

  • *Note for Innovation Dollars

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



Community services and supports
Community Services and Supports for Proposal Process (RFP)


Prevention and early intervention
Prevention and Early Intervention for Proposal Process (RFP)


General allocation framework css
General Allocation Framework - CSS for Proposal Process (RFP)

Guidelines:

76% Adult, TAY, Older Adult

24% Children

*Subtotal Includes Intensive Trauma Service Model


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General Allocation Framework - CSS for Proposal Process (RFP)


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General Allocation Framework - CSS for Proposal Process (RFP)


Css budget projections detail
CSS – Budget Projections Detail for Proposal Process (RFP)


General allocation framework pei
General Allocation Framework - PEI for Proposal Process (RFP)


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General Allocation Framework - PEI for Proposal Process (RFP)


General allocation framework pei2
General Allocation Framework - PEI for Proposal Process (RFP)


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General Allocation Framework - PEI for Proposal Process (RFP)


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General Allocation Framework - PEI for Proposal Process (RFP)

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


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General Allocation Framework - PEI for Proposal Process (RFP)


Pei budget projection detail
PEI – Budget Projection Detail for Proposal Process (RFP)


How funds are allocated county contract
How Funds Are Allocated for Proposal Process (RFP)County / 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
General RFP Requirements for Proposal Process (RFP)

  • 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
RFP Requirements for Proposal Process (RFP)

  • 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 for Proposal Process (RFP)


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Innovation Update for Proposal Process (RFP)

  • 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
Next Steps for Proposal Process (RFP)

  • January

    • Innovation meeting

    • MHSA plan circulated for comment

  • February

    • RFP process for MHSA components begins

      • Innovation not included


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