Adult System of Care Committee
The Adult System of Care meeting provides a forum for the BHSD Divisions and other agencies which comprise the BHB-ASOCC to meet in the presence of the public and BHB representatives to share information, review plans and issues of common concern with the goal of continuing to improve the services they provide to citizens of Santa Clara County
The Executive Committee's duties include: review and evaluation of the community's behavioral health needs, facilities and special problems; advising the Board of Supervisors and the County behavioral health director as to any aspect of the County behavioral health program; and, submitting an annual report to the Board of Supervisors on the needs and performance of the County's Behavioral Health System.
Family, Adolescents, and Children Committee
This committee reviews informs and makes recommendations to the BHB in order to ensure the highest quality in public behavioral health care for the children, youth and families of Santa Clara County
Cultural Competency Advisory Committee
Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Board-Cultural Competency Advisory Committee advocates for the service needs of the diverse community groups by engaging the communities in sharing their concerns, needs, and goals to be considered by the Behavioral Health Board.
Older Adult Committee
The mission of the Older Adult Committee is to foster an increased awareness regarding behavioral health needs of older adults residing in Santa Clara County; to advocate for comprehensive, integrated accessible, culturally competent, and innovative services for older adults; to encourage, foster and support staff development regarding evidence-based practices and methods for geriatric behavioral health.
System Planning and Fiscal Committee
The mission of the BHB-System Planning and Fiscal Committee is to review, inform, and make recommendations to the SCC Behavioral Health Board and the Behavioral Health Department regarding the legal, fiscal, service delivery and accountability structures of the public behavioral health system for the purpose of supporting the highest quality of public behavioral health care to Santa Clara County service recipients. This is accomplished through planned public study sessions and presentations, in coordination and collaboration with the Executive Committee and other committees of the Behavioral Health Board. The objective is a transparent and community informed process that leads to effective and efficient service delivery.