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Plumas County Behavioral Health Invites You to a Grand Opening . . .
In partnership with Plumas Crisis Intervention and Resource Center, we’re celebrating the openings of Plumas County’s Wellness and Family Resource Centers!

May 11, 2017 Chester Wellness and Family Resource Center at 372 Main Street
May 17, 2017 Greenville Wellness and Family Resource Center at 414 Main Street
May 25, 2017 Portola Wellness and Family Resource Center at 280 E. Sierra Street and
165 Ridge Street

Join us anytime from 1:00-4:00 PM – refreshments will be served!
For more information, please contact Elizabeth Brunton at 530-283-6307

Plumas County Behavioral Health Encourages Your Participation . . .
The purpose of the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) is to address serious mental illness in unserved and underserved populations by providing services not previously available and to reduce the impacts of untreated mental illness, with an emphasis on innovation, prevention, and cultural responsiveness. By law, MHSA (Prop 63) requires a “meaningful stakeholder” community planning process, allowing for many opportunities of stakeholder input and participation. Please join us for a community meeting in your area, from 6:30-8:00 PM – dessert and refreshments will be served:

Proposed Community Planning Process Timeline

May, 2017 Community Meetings
  • 5/15/17 Chester Wellness and Family Resource Center
  • 5/17/17 Greenville Wellness and Family Resource Center
  • 5/18/17 Quincy Library
  • 5/23/17 Mohawk Valley Resource Center
  • 5/25/17 Portola Wellness and Family Resource Center (Ridge St. location)

June, 2017 Community Meetings

  • June – July, 2017 30-day Public Review and Comment on the Draft MHSA 2017-2020 Three-Year Plan
  • July 5, 2017 Behavioral Health Commission Public Hearing on the Draft MHSA 2017-2020 Three-Year Plan
  • July 19, 2017 Final MHSA 2017-20 Three-Year Plan review for approval by Plumas County Board of Supervisors


For questions concerning the Mental Health Services Act and Plumas County Behavioral Health programs, please contact Aimee Heaney, MHSA Coordinator, at (530) 283-6307, ext. 1016, or at es.


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