Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) Updates to Meet Coronavirus Guidelines
MHSA Three-Year Planning – Updated to Meet Coronavirus Guidelines
The recommendations regarding coronavirus precautions include that “all non-essential gatherings should be canceled, postponed, or done remotely.” This applies to all 30+ MHSA Input Sessions for the MHSA Three-Year Plan development. We have shifted most MHSA Three-Year Planning sessions to over-the-phone and a few by Zoom (online conference) to allow for more interactive sharing of information online.
See the attached Input Session list which now includes conference line and/or Zoom online conference information, please check the MHSA website regularly for updates www.smchealth.org/MHSA.
MHSA Steering Committee
The MHSA Steering Committee on April 29th will be conducted over Zoom online conference, which can also be attended through the conference line provided for over-the-phone access. The meeting is open to the public. The presentation slides will be posted on the MHSA website prior to the meeting for your reference.
Please see the attached flyer for details. The flyers are also available in Spanish, Chinese, Tagalog, Tongan and Russian and are posted on the MHSA website. Language services will still be provided, please contact Tania Perez at at (650) 573-5047 or email@example.com one week in advance of the meeting.
I am hopeful that we can still get meaningful input and look forward to to engaging you in a discussion about priority strategies for MHSA funding.
MHSA Steering Committee – Prioritization of Strategies
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/125761698 / Meeting ID: 125 761 698
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Thank you for your help in making San Mateo County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services a better community partner!
- CPP_2020_Stakeholder Input Meetings_HANDOUT_updated for COVID-19 precautions.pdf
- 2020 CPP_MHSA Three-Year Plan Flyer_updatedCOVID-19response.pdf
For more information, contact Doris Estremera at DEstremera@smcgov.org or 650-573-2889.