California Health and Human Services

Month: January 2020

Preschool Development Grant Birth through Five Renewal (PDG-R)

California was recently awarded a competitive three-year Preschool Development Grant Birth through Five Renewal (PDG-R) through the Office of Child Care, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. California will receive $13.4 million each year for three years for a total of $40.2 million through December 30, 2022. The Governor …

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Healthy California for All Commission Launches Work toward Unified Financing System in California

Commission to Develop Policy Options and Road Map toward Unified Financing  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEDATE: January 28, 2020CONTACT: Rodger.Butler@chhs.ca.gov SACRAMENTO —  The Healthy California for All Commission yesterday began its work to develop a plan for advancing progress toward achieving a health care delivery system for California that provides coverage and access through a unified financing system, including, …

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Statement from California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly on Supreme Court’s Decision on Federal Public Charge Rule

“We are disappointed in today’s decision by the Supreme Court to lift the nationwide injunction on the implementation of the federal public charge rule. In California, we continue to oppose any changes to the federal public charge policy that would restrict access to vital social programs or that would require families across California to make …

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Health and Human Services Agency Announces Formation of Governor Newsom’s Behavioral Health Task Force to Address Urgent Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Need

Formation of task force follows Governor Newsom’s release of 2020-21 State Budget Proposal The Governor’s Budget includes $45.1 million General Fund for a Behavioral Health Quality Improvement Program to build counties’ behavioral health service delivery systems in preparation for the launch of Medi-Cal Healthier California for All FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEDATE: January 21, 2020CONTACT: (916) 654-3304 …

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Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly on Release of Governor Newsom’s Proposed State Budget

“There is no question that Governor Newsom is California’s health and human services governor. The governor’s Budget makes bold investments to advance key health and human services priorities including quality, affordable health care regardless of your age or income; transformed health care services through the Medi-Cal program; lower prescription drug costs; integrated behavioral health care …

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California Health and Human Services 2020-2021 Proposed Budget

The initiatives proposed in the Budget independently help bolster critical safety-net programs that Californians across the state depend on. Taken collectively, these investments have an even broader impact as they advance the health and well-being, as well as the social and economic mobility, of all Californians.  The health and human services Budget proposals are the …

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