ABOUT MHSA

Proposition 63, known as the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA), was approved by California voters in 2004, and became law in January 2005.  It is funded by a 1-percent tax on personal income in excess of one million  dollars.

These funds have been used in Shasta County since 2005 to provide services for children, youth, adults, older adults, and families. All services and programs are designed to help prevent or lessen the effect of mental illness on individuals and families.

The MHSA is divided into five components.  All projects and programs under these components are planned, developed, approved, implemented, monitored and updated through the community stakeholder process.

Click the following links for more detailed information:

MHSA Brochure 2016

MHSA Program Outcomes 2015

Components

Plans, Data, and Reports

MHSA Announcements

THREE-YEAR PLAN - STATUS UPDATE

Thanks to the hard work and creative thinking by hundreds of community members, our Three-Year Program and...

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COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCE CENTER UPDATE

The CARE Center is now officially open!  They have been working with youths and adults to provide services that are in great demand.  If you or someone you know need to...

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COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCE CENTER UPDATE

Fantastic news, the contract negotiation process has been completed and approved by the Shasta County Board of Supervisors. Hill Country Health & Wellness Center has the official go-ahead...

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