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County Behavioral Health Directors Association: Serving the community by providing high quality care while planning for the future.
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For : What You Can Do To Support The Of LGBTQ Loved Ones
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“If we didn’t have , we really wouldn’t have the funding to have these services,” -Amie Miller, director of Monterey County and Board President of . Read More Here:
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CBHDA Oct 11
BREAKING NEWS: District court temporarily halts the federal rule, which would deter immigrant clients from accessing necessary and services. Counties will continue working to bring services to every Californian in need of help.
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CBHDA Oct 11
aims to create a safer and more accepting world in which Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning () individuals can live openly as their authentic selves. is Read CBHDA's statement here:
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CBHDA Oct 10
Today is . We take this day to remember that it is ok to not be ok. Let’s continue working to remove stigmas surrounding mental illness and promote policies that better treatment. is
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CBHDA Oct 10
is here at the CHP & CDSS Fair at the Capitol. Stop by and say hi!
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MentalHealthFirstAid Oct 2
Mental health and children's advocates aim to improve student mental health in California with . This bill would require all California schools to train staff in mental health training programs like Youth .
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CBHDA Oct 1
"Our need us to link arms and support them, particularly when they are most in need. Governor has until Oct. 13 to sign SB 428; he should do so, for the students who deserve our support and the educators who want to be equipped to do so."
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CBHDA Sep 11
, Deputy Director of at talking to ’s Board meeting on the importance of partnership between state & counties. “I see people who are deeply dedicated to the mission. . . I’d love to learn from you, and I’d love to work with you”
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CBHDA Sep 11
greenlights program that will provide confidential mental health services to all first responders in the county, even if they are retired.
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CBHDA Sep 10
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CBHDA Aug 22
"The Service Act has allowed us a system to interrupt a trajectory of a person mental illness and that is invaluable." -Dr. Veronica Kelley, Director at . Counties listened and collaboratively worked alongside and to create a better the system
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CBHDA Aug 21
CBHDA announced today that the organization will welcome Elia Gallardo, Esq. as Director of Governmental Affairs on August 27. Before joining , Gallardo served as the Director of Policy Research for . Read more here:
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MHSOAC Jul 24
Thank you to , the MHSA Committee, and Committee Chair Dawan Utecht for hosting members of the Youth Innovation Committee today! Fantastic dialogue about their work, the counties’ work, and future opportunities for collaboration
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CPhA Jul 18
Roughly 3 million Californians - including those with behavioral health conditions - stand to lose access to their life-saving medicines because of new lower Medi-Cal reimbursement rates. Learn more:
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Office of the Governor of California Jul 16
California is investing historic amounts of money in homelessness and today announced the regional leaders & statewide experts who will advise on homelessness solutions in CA. See the full list of advisers here:
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CA Assoc of Counties Jul 16
Gov. announces task force that includes supervisors , , & , ; and , , & Michelle Cabrera, . Supervisor co-chairs the task force.
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CBHDA Jul 2
Good News! Today, the Assembly Health Committee passed SB 428 and sent it to the floor. is a proud sponsor of this bill. We urge all assembly members to vote YES to ensure our schools and educators are equipped with critical training.
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CBHDA Jul 2
“If these rules remain in place, we risk creating a public health crisis. We believe — and we know — California can do better.” -Tom Renfree
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CBHDA Jun 21
$179 million will go into 16 counties in the first round of awards from . A win for these counties that allows them to create the long-term support and stability that approximately 2,100 households require to permanently exit homelessness.
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