City of Pleasanton
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Table 1. <br /> City Fair Share Contribution Fair Share Contribution <br /> (without grant approval) (with grant approval) <br /> Dublin $107,965 $23,831.67 <br /> Livermore $107,965 $23,831.67 <br /> Pleasanton $107,965 $23,831.67 <br /> The City of Dublin will bill the City of Pleasanton their fair share contribution by May 1, <br /> 2021, or as soon as practicable thereafter. The City of Pleasanton will cover its portion <br /> through use of the City's General Fund Contingency. After the FY 2020/21 Midyear <br /> budget is approved, there will be a total of approximately $1 million available in the <br /> General Fund Contingency. <br /> BACKGROUND <br /> Overview of the Tri-Valley Mental Health Resources. Mental health resources can be <br /> categorized within two groups of individuals. The first group consists of individuals with <br /> private insurance, who can access mental health services via their insurance and are <br /> not generally eligible for public programs. The second group is made up of lower <br /> income individuals, eligible for or enrolled in Medi-Cal, who may then take advantage of <br /> public mental health services and programs, which are provided by Alameda County or <br /> one of their contractors. <br /> Recently, Governor Newsom signed SB 855 (Wiener) which bolsters the mental health <br /> services private insurance must cover beginning in January 2021. The bill requires <br /> health plans and insurers to provide full coverage for the treatment of all mental health <br /> conditions and substance use disorders as identified under any of the diagnostic <br /> categories listed in the most recent edition of the International Classification of <br /> Diseases, or that is listed in the most recent version of the Diagnostic and Statistical <br /> Manual of Mental Disorders (Health and Safety Code 1374.72(a)2). <br /> Within the Tri-Valley, there are three main providers of mental health counseling <br /> services for individuals within the second group i.e., - lower income individuals. The <br /> providers and services they provide are listed in Table 2 below: <br /> Table 2: Tri-Valley Mental Health Providers <br /> Provider Location Services <br /> AXIS Community Pleasanton Comprehensive counseling services for adults, teens, <br /> Health couples, families, and children. Includes addiction <br /> counseling and community-based counseling such as <br /> on-site school counseling. <br /> Hively Pleasanton Counseling services for individuals, couples, and <br /> families. Provides school site counseling as well as <br /> support groups. <br /> Horizons Livermore Family counseling, crisis intervention and case <br /> management for Tri-Valley youth and their families. <br /> Page 2 of 5 <br />
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