SB 163. WRAPAROUND. Where we are and where we are going?. Status of Wrap in California Successes noted Challenges noted What’s on the horizon?. SB 163 Wraparound.
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Target Population: Children placed/would be placed in group home at RCL 10-14
Plan: Counties submit plan consistent with Wraparound Standards
Training: All staff complete approved Wraparound training
SOC/FSP: Coordination with Children’s System of Care and Full Service Partnership plans
FEDERALLY ELIGIBILE CHILDREN IN SB163 WRAPAROUND AND CONCURRENT PLACEMENT
Wraparound Rate for
Federally Eligible Child in SB 163
RCL 13 = $5,994
Less FMAP of 50% = - 2,997
Dollars to SB 163 Flexible Fund = $2,997*
Federally Eligible Child in Concurrent Placement
Placement Costs = $1000
IV-E 50% share = $500*
Remainder to be paid from
SB 163 Flexible
* CFL No. 01/02-51 and Errata provides instructions
for the claiming of the these costs.
1. Alameda 2. Butte3. Contra Costa4. Del Norte5. El Dorado6. Fresno7. Humboldt8. Kern9. Los Angeles10. Mendocino11. Mono12. Monterey13. Napa14. Orange15. Placer
17. Riverside18. Sacramento19. San Bernardino20. San Diego21. San Francisco22. San Joaquin23. San Louis Obispo24. San Mateo26. Santa Barbara27. Santa Clara26. Santa Cruz28. Shasta29. Siskiyou30. Solano31. Sutter32. Tehama33. Ventura
People have things to do which are important to them, including things such as employment, vocational training, education, and social and community activities.
People are able to have safe and adequate housing, children are safe living with their families and there are fewer numbers of people who have no place to live.
People have family and friends to help them and to be with them and provide support for them.
People can get the help they need when and where they need it.
There are fewer adults in the jails and young people in juvenile halls who have serious mental health problems.
Most mental health services and supports are voluntary, where the person chooses the services and supports they want. There are less “involuntary services” which are services such as having to be in a hospital or a locked institution, or children having to live in a place which is not their own home or with their own family.
The outcomes that the California Department of Mental Health wants to achieve as a result of the MHSA.
Source: A Readers Guide to Mental Health Services Act
Community Services and Supports
Three-Year Program and Expenditure Plan Requirements
Child & Family Teams
Agency Management Team
Board of Supervisors