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1115 Behavioral Health Services Needs Assessment and Service Plan

The section 1115 “Bridge to Reform” Waiver Special Terms and Conditions required the completion of a Behavioral Health Services Needs Assessment that included an accounting of the services available throughout the state as well as information on service infrastructure, capacity, utilization patterns, and other information necessary to determine the current state of behavioral service delivery in California.  Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) also requires the completion of a Behavioral Health Services Plan no later than October 1, 2013.  This service plan will provide a high level overview and will describe California’s plans and recommendations for serving the Medi-Cal expansion population and demonstrate California's readiness to meet the expansion populations projected mental health and substance use disorder needs.

Behavioral Health Services Needs Assessment and Services Plan

Behavioral Health Services Needs Assessment Archive

Behavioral Health Services Plan Stakeholder Meetings

Last modified on: 7/3/2015 4:53 PM