New MentalHealth.CA.Gov Website Helps Californians Access Support, Provides Transparency on Proposition 1 & California’s Transformation of Behavioral Health
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SACRAMENTO ~ Sacramento - Governor Gavin Newsom has announced the launch of a new state website, MentalHealth.CA.Gov, aimed at providing Californians with easy access to mental health resources. The website offers a wide range of services including crisis support, counseling, treatment options, and specialized resources for different age groups.

The governor's goal is to make it easier for all Californians to connect with mental health services. This includes youth and young adults, older adults, parents and families, veterans, and everyone in between. The website also provides links to mental health support hotlines and information on California's behavioral health system transformation.

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The website is a result of Proposition 1, which aims to improve the state's behavioral health system. It will continue to be updated with information on implementation timelines and tools available to counties that administer the system. This will allow people to track the progress being made in their county compared to others in California.

Governor Newsom is committed to transparency and accountability as the state works towards transforming its mental health and substance use disorder treatment systems. The launch of MentalHealth.CA.Gov is a step towards achieving this goal and ensuring that all Californians have access to life-saving resources.

The website is currently in its initial phase (Version 1.0) but will be continuously updated with new information. It serves as a one-stop platform for individuals seeking mental health support in California. With this new resource available, Governor Newsom hopes to improve the overall well-being of Californians by addressing their mental health needs.

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