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Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) County Program Reviews

The Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) conducts triennial oversight reviews of each county’s compliance with the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) and state regulations, as well as the Performance Contract. DHCS works closely with each county to ensure compliance and to identify opportunities for improvement. Using a collaborative and educational approach, DHCS provides guidance and technical assistance if it determines that the county is out of compliance. At the conclusion of the review, DHCS identifies strength-based practices and provides feedback on areas of noncompliance. DHCS provides the county with a written Findings Report which includes a description of each finding, a description of any corrective action(s) needed, and timeframes required for the county to come into compliance.

 
Counties are required to submit a Plan of Correction (POC) to DHCS within 60 days of the county’s receipt of the Findings Report for all items found out of compliance. If an urgent issue is identified, it is addressed immediately. County POC’s will be posted as they are received by DHCS.

 

 

​FY 2017-18
COUNTY ON-SITE​ REVIEW DATES REVIEW FINDINGS REPORT​ PLAN OF CORRECTION​​
PLUMAS​
 

 

Last modified on: 5/4/2018 3:20 PM