The Central Region Partnership intends to award a contract to California State University, Stanislaus for $50,000 to fund the start-up cost of a distributed education MSW program in the Central Valley.
“Since 2009, the Central Region has been one of the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA)-funded regional partnerships, supporting the advancement and development of the public mental health workforce from a regional perspective.
Below are forms and policies for activities related to Central Regional Partnership activities.
The Travel Reimbursement and Stipend Policy
The Travel Reimbursement and Stipend policy document is designed to act as a guideline for reimbursements for certain specific expenses relating to travel incurred in order to attend Central Region Workforce Education and Training (WET)-related activities, e.g. trainings or meetings for members of the Central Region Partnership. This policy also describes the guidelines for obtaining stipends.
The Guide was developed by the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA) on behalf of and funded by the Central Region Workforce Education & Training Program of the Mental Health Services Act and by Placer County.