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Central Regional Meeting

CALBHB/C Central Region Meeting

Friday, October 19th, 2018 and announcing October 20th CIBHS Mental/Behavioral Health Board Training*

Lake Natoma Inn – 702 Gold Lake Drive, Folsom, CA

FRIDAY, October 19th 8:30 – 12pm

CA Behavioral Health “Planning Council” General Session – 8:40am

CALBHB/C Report to the Planning Council, followed by Planning Council General Session.

12:00 pm Complimentary Lunch for those who are registered.

1:00 pm CALBHB/C Central Region Meeting -

Call to Order/Introductions Speaker Panel: A Robust Housing Continuum for Adults with Severe Mental Illness Related Materials: www.calbhbc.com/homeless--housing.html

Adult Residential Facilities (“Board & Cares”) – The Critical Need, Successes & Challenges o Kim Swain, Managing Attorney MH Practice Group for Disability Rights California o Noel O’Neill, Behavioral Health Director for Trinity County o Lynda Kaufman, Director of Government and Public Affairs for Psynergy Programs, Inc.

New Legislation impacting supportive housing for adults with mental illness o Greg Cramer, Senior Policy Consultant to Senator Jim Beall Demographic Mapping & Fiscal Outcomes Tools Mental Health Services Oversight & Accountability Commission (MHSOAC) Staff: Rachel Heffley and Brandon McMillen – Related Materials: http://mhsoac.ca.gov/fiscal-reporting Planning Council Update – Susan Wilson, Planning Council liaison to CALBHB/C MH/BH Regional/Statewide Issues/Successes – Discussion

4:30 - 6 pm CALBHB/C Governing Board Quarterly Meeting

*SATURDAY October 20th, 2018 –

TRAINING CA Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions (CIBHS) presents: Mental/Behavioral Health Board Training Registration for the Saturday Mental/Behavioral Health Board Training is facilitated separately by CA Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions (CIBHS) and CIBHS will also pay training-related travel and lodging for one member per county/jurisdiction, but more are welcome!

CA Association of Local Boards and Commissions (CALBHB/C): Supporting the work of California's 59 local Mental/Behavioral Health Boards and Commissions

Later Event: October 12
CAL-ACAP Fall 2018 Advocacy Day