California Legislative Updates2022-02-22T10:03:58-08:00

California Legislative Updates

104, 2024

Prop 1 Update

April 1st, 2024|

Now that Proposition 1 has passed, the Department of Health Care Services has shared that planning and implementation guidance on Prop 1 will be released in phases. As DHCS works to align behavioral health funding as required by the provisions in Prop 1, there will be opportunities for stakeholder engagement [...]

2203, 2024

Prop 1 Passes

March 22nd, 2024|

The Yes on Prop 1 Coalition has released a press statement as follows: Voters Approve Proposition 1, Landmark Measure to Fund Mental Health and Homelessness Programs The major overhaul to California’s mental health funding system and $6.4 billion bond will expand access for hundreds of thousands of Californians, fund substance [...]

2203, 2024

CSAP Sponsored Bill Passes Committee

March 22nd, 2024|

CSAP Sponsored Bill Passes Committee CSAP-sponsored SB 1184 (Eggman) regarding Riese hearings cleared its first policy committee this week. Dr. Erick Cheung came to Sacramento to provide expert testimony. The bill passed out of the Senate Health Committee 11-0. The bill will now go to the Senate Judiciary Committee chaired [...]

2212, 2023

SB 43 and Prop. 1 – Now What?

December 22nd, 2023|

SB 43 / Conservatorship Reform The dust has settled and only two counties will implement SB 43 (Eggman) on 1/1/24: San Francisco and San Luis Obispo. However, several boards of supervisors (e.g., Santa Clara, Stanislaus) told staff that they didn't necessarily want to wait until 1/1/26 to implement and that [...]

1311, 2023

California Medical Board

November 13th, 2023|

CSAP has heard from a lot of you all around the state regarding new regulations being promulgated by the Medical Board of California. Rest assured, CSAP is tracking this, and coordinating with the California Medical Association to submit comments by the Board's deadline of November 14. As stated in the [...]

411, 2023

Campaign for Proposition 1 Begins

November 4th, 2023|

The campaign to overhaul California’s mental health system launched this week. The ballot measure committee is starting off with $6 million in the bank and is being led by Governor Newsom’s former deputy chief of staff, Lindsey Cobia, who will manage the campaign, and his former chief of staff, Jim [...]

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