California Budget Crisis:
SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS & HEARINGS IMPACTING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES, MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS, THE BLIND, SENIORS & LOW INCOME FAMILIES
- Feb 09 – Healthy Families Program Transition to Medi-Cal Meeting
- Feb 23 – Autism Task Force on SB 946 Health Insurance Implementation
- Feb 23 – Senate Budget Info Hearing on Governor’s Managed Care Proposals
- Mar 07 – Assembly Info Hearing on Long Term Care & Managed Care Proposals
SACRAMENTO, CA (CDCAN) [Last updated 02/06/2012 06:30 PM] – The following is the latest update on scheduled public legislative hearings and meetings by various state agencies that have some impact on people with disabilities, mental health needs, the blind, seniors or low income families. CDCAN will issue an updated schedule every Monday on these statewide meetings.
New Special On-Going CDCAN Regional Reports, Telemeetings and Meetings
CDCAN will also issue a special regional report covering Monterey, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and San Benito counties every Friday covering various local updates – including schedule of local meetings and hearings impacting people with developmental and other disabilities, mental health needs and others, along with a complete schedule of CDCAN regional telemeetings and physical meetings that will be held in those counties to provide updates, hear and resolve local issues and problems. These special regional reports, telemeetings and meetings are made possible by a grant through Area Board 7 on Developmental Disabilities. The first regional telemeeting for the Monterey, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and San Benito counties will be held February 10th, Friday morning from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM. Details will be provided in the February 7th (Tuesday) special CDCAN Regional Report covering those counties.
That first report was meant to come out last Friday (Feb 3rd) but will instead come out Tuesday, due to technical email problems (now resolved).
Similar on-going regional reports (and schedule of CDCAN regional telemeetings and physical meetings to provide updates, hear and resolve local issues and problems) covering Sacramento, Alpine, Colusa, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, Sierra, Sutter, Yolo & Yuba counties will also be issued, made possible by a grant from Area Board 3 on Developmental Disabilities.
The CDCAN list of statewide meetings and hearings will be incorporated in the regional reports listing of important local meetings and hearings by local government and local agencies...more