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Estimated California Community Mental Health Funding. California Mental Health Directors’ Association MHSA Committee February 3, 2014. Mike Geiss. MHSA Estimated Revenues. MHSA Estimated Component Funding. MHSA Estimated Component Funding. Mental Health Services Act.

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Estimated california community mental health funding

Estimated California Community Mental Health Funding

California Mental Health Directors’ Association

MHSA Committee

February 3, 2014

Mike Geiss





Mental health services act
Mental Health Services Act

  • Approximately 20% of FY12/13 Component Funding was from prior year State MHS Fund deposits

  • State did not encumber prior year revenues for Workforce, Education, and Training funding that had not been spent

    • Excess funds distributed to counties in FY12/13

    • Future year revenues will need to fund remaining WET obligations

  • January and April, 2014 deposits into State MHS Fund are key determinant of FY13/14 distributions

  • DHCS MHSD Information Notice 13-15 provides individual county allocation percentages

  • Consider FY14/15-FY15/16 as sustainable level of funding over next 4 to 5 years