The Sacramento County Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) Steering Committee makes program recommendations to the Sacramento County Division of Behavioral Health Services for MHSA funding.
The MHSA Steering Committee will lead the community in creating a comprehensive, integrated, culturally and linguistically responsive system of mental health services that promotes wellness, recovery, resilience, and consumer and family-driven services. The transformed system will be easy to access, responsive to consumers and family members, allow maximum consumer choice, and support integration into the community. Services will be research-based, innovative, effective and accountable. The new system will embrace prevention and early intervention and provide seamless services for individuals of all ages. Outcomes will be evaluated based on improvement in the quality of life of individuals served by the system.
To dramatically transform the Sacramento County mental health system so that all individuals with serious emotional disturbances and psychiatric disabilities achieve a high quality of life through prevention, early intervention and on-going innovative services provided within the local community.
Meeting Place and Time
The MHSA Steering Committee
3rd Thursday of every month (see meeting schedule on right sidebar)
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Due to COVID-19 and for the safety of members and participants, beginning April 2020 MHSA Steering Committee meetings will be virtual/phone conference until further notice. Please email MHSA@saccounty.net or call (916) 875-MHSA for the latest meeting details and how to participate in future meetings.