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California Legislation

The grid below provides information on CPEHN's priority bills for the 2017-2018 legislative session.

Questions? Please email Kimberly Chen at kchen@cpehn.org.

Last Update: Friday, August 24, 2018 - 15:55
CPEHN Sponsored Legislation
Bill Number/Author Sponsor Description CPEHN Position Status Letter of Support
AB 2275 (Arambula) Western Center on Law & Poverty Medi-Cal managed care: quality assessment and performance improvement: Would require the State Department of Health Care Services to establish a quality assessment and performance improvement program for all Medi-Cal managed care plans, through which the plans would be required to meet annual improvements in quality measures and reduction of health disparities, as specified. The bill would require the department to require the plans to track and trend quality measures by specified demographic categories. More info Support Assembly Concurrence Download and send in a letter of support today!
AB 2434 (Bloom) Strategic Growth Council: Health in All Policies Task Force: Would require the Strategic Growth Council to establish a Health in All Policies (HiAP) Task Force for the purposes of incorporating health, equity, and sustainability considerations into decision- making across sectors and policy areas. The bill would require the task force to, among other things, take specified actions to advance the council’s goals of improving air and water quality, protecting natural resources and agricultural lands, increasing the availability of affordable housing, improving infrastructure programs, promoting public health, planning sustainable communities, and meeting the state’s climate change goals. More info Support Senate - Dead Download and send in a letter of support today!
SB 1152 (Hernandez) SEIU State Council Hospital patient discharge process: homeless patients: Current law prohibits specified health facilities from causing the transfer of homeless patients from one county to another county for the purpose of receiving supportive services from a social service agency, health care service provider, or nonprofit social service agency within the other county, without prior notice and authorization. This bill would require those health facilities to include within the hospital discharge policy, a written homeless patient discharge planning policy and process, as specified. The bill would require the health facilities to develop a written plan for coordinating services and referrals for homeless patients including procedures for homeless patient discharge referrals, designated liaisons at each participating entity, and coordination protocols. More info Support Assembly - Third Reading Download and send in a letter of support today!
SB 1423 (Hernandez) Medi-Cal: Oral Interpretation Services: Current law requires the State Department of Health Care Services to require all managed care plans and mental health plans contracting with the department to provide language assistance services, including translation services and oral interpretation services by an interpreter who meets specified minimum qualification criteria, to limited-English-proficient (LEP) Medi-Cal beneficiaries. This bill would modify the minimum qualifications that an interpreter is required to possess to provide oral interpretation services to an LEP beneficiary enrolled in either a managed care plan or a mental health plan. More info Support In Senate - Ordered to engrossing and enrolling.
Economic Security
Bill Number/Author Sponsor Description CPEHN Position Status Letter of Support
AB 3200 (Kalra) Western Center on Law & Poverty Public social services: SSI/SSP: Under current law, benefit payments under SSP are calculated by establishing the maximum level of nonexempt income and federal SSI and state SSP benefits for each category of eligible recipient, with an annual cost-of-living adjustment, effective January 1 of each year. Current law prohibits, for each calendar year, commencing with the 2011 calendar year, any cost-of-living adjustment from being made to the maximum benefit payment unless otherwise specified by statute, except for the pass along of any cost-of-living increase in the federal SSI benefits. Current law continuously appropriates funds for the implementation of SSP. This bill would reinstate the cost-of- living adjustment beginning January 1 of the 2019 calendar year. More info Support Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(b)(15)
SB 982 (Mitchell) Western Center on Law & Poverty CalWORKs: grant amount: Current law requires the amount of cash aid paid each month to CalWORKs recipients to be determined by deducting the family’s income, as specified, from specified sums, as adjusted for cost-of- living increases. Current law prohibits the amount of cash aid paid each month from exceeding those sums, as adjusted for cost-of-living increases, plus any allowance for recurring special needs, as specified. This bill would change the sums from which the family’s income is to be deducted to determine the amount of cash aid paid each month, and would prohibit the amount of cash aid from being more than those specified sums or less than other specified sums. More info Support Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(b)(15)
SB 1190 (Skinner) California Latinas for Reproductive Justice, DREDF Eugenics Sterilization Compensation Program: Would establish the Eugenics Sterilization Compensation Program, to be implemented by an unspecified state department, for the purpose of providing victim compensation to any survivor of state-sponsored sterilization conducted pursuant to eugenics laws that existed in the State of California between 1909 and 1979. The bill would require the department, in consultation with community-based organizations, to conduct outreach to locate any qualified recipient, as defined, notify him or her of the process to apply for victim compensation, and review and verify all applications for victim compensation, as specified. More info Support Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(b)(15)
Improving Access to Quality Health Care
Bill Number/Author Sponsor Description CPEHN Position Status Letter of Support
AB 595 (Wood) Health Access Health care service plans: mergers and acquisitions: Would require a health care service plan that intends to merge or consolidate with, or enter into an agreement resulting in its purchase, acquisition, or control by, any entity, as defined, including another health care service plan or a licensed health insurer, to give notice to, and secure prior approval from, the Director of the Department of Managed Health Care. The bill would require the health care service plan to meet specified requirements and to provide information necessary for the director to make the determination to approve, conditionally approve, or disapprove the transaction or agreement, as specified. More info Support In Assembly. Concurrence in Senate amendments pending. May be considered on or after August 25 pursuant to Assembly Rule 77.
AB 1860 (Limón) American Cancer Society Health care coverage: cancer treatment: Current law prohibits, until January 1, 2019, an individual or group health care service plan contract or health insurance policy issued, amended, or renewed on or after January 1, 2015, that provides coverage for prescribed, orally administered anticancer medications used to kill or slow the growth of cancerous cells from requiring an enrollee or insured to pay, notwithstanding any deductible, a total amount of copayments and coinsurance that exceeds $200 for an individual prescription of up to a 30-day supply of a prescribed orally administered anticancer medication, as specified. Under existing law, a willful violation of this prohibition by a health care service plan is a crime. This bill would extend the duration of this prohibition indefinitely. More info Support Assembly Health
AB 2299 (Chu) Western Center on Law & Poverty, Women's Policy Institute Medi-Cal: managed care plans: informational materials: Would require the State Department of Health Care Services to ensure that all written health education and informing materials, as defined, developed and translated into threshold languages by managed care plans are at or below the equivalent of 6th grade reading level in English. The bill would require the department to require managed care plans or other contractors to conduct a one-time, targeted community review of health education and informing materials in English and each threshold language, in order for members to ensure the cultural and linguistic appropriateness of materials in community-based settings. More info Support In Assembly. Concurrence in Senate amendments pending. May be considered on or after August 24 pursuant to Assembly Rule 77.
AB 2430 (Arambula) Western Center on Law & Poverty Medi-Cal: program for aged and disabled persons: Current law requires the department to exercise its option under federal law to implement a program for aged and disabled persons, as described. Current law requires an individual under these provisions to satisfy certain financial eligibility requirements, including, among other things, that his or her countable income does not exceed an income standard equal to 100% of the applicable federal poverty level, plus an income disregard of $230 for an individual, or $310 in the case of a couple, except that the income standard determined shall not be less than the SSI/SSP payment level for a disabled individual or couple, as applicable. This bill would instead require, upon receipt of federal approval, all countable income over 100% of the federal poverty level, up to 138% of the federal poverty level, to be disregarded, after taking all other disregards, deductions, and exclusions into account for those persons eligible under the program for aged and disabled persons.  More info Support Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(b)(15)
SB 974 (Lara) CIPC, Health Access Medi-Cal: immigration status: adults: Current law requires individuals under 19 years of age enrolled in restricted-scope Medi-Cal at the time the Director of Health Care Services makes a determination that systems have been programmed for implementation of these provisions, be enrolled in the full scope of Medi-Cal benefits, if otherwise eligible, pursuant to an eligibility and enrollment plan, as specified. Current law makes the effective date of enrollment for those individuals the same day that systems are operational to begin processing new applications pursuant to the director’s determination. This bill would extend eligibility for full-scope Medi-Cal benefits to individuals of all ages who are otherwise eligible for those benefits but for their immigration status. The bill would also delete provisions delaying implementation until the director makes the determination described above. More info Support Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(b)(15)
SB 1008 (Skinner) California Dental Association Health insurance: dental services: medical loss ratio: Would express the intent of the Legislature to enact a medical loss ratio standard for specialized health care service plans and specialized health insurance policies that cover dental services no later than January 1, 2019. The bill would also make technical changes. This bill contains other existing laws. More info Support Read second time. Ordered to third reading
SB 1125 (Atkins) Federally qualified health center and rural health clinic services: Current law provides that federally qualified health center (FQHC) services and rural health clinic (RHC) services, as defined, are covered benefits under the Medi-Cal program, to be reimbursed, to the extent that federal financial participation is obtained, to providers on a per-visit basis. “Visit” is defined as a face-to-face encounter between a patient of an FQHC or RHC and specified health care professionals. This bill would authorize reimbursement for a maximum of 2 visits taking place on the same day at a single location if after the first visit the patient suffers illness or injury requiring additional diagnosis or treatment, or if the patient has a medical visit and another health visit, as defined. More info Support Read second time. Ordered to third reading.
AB 2565 (Chiu) Affordability Assistance: Cost Sharing: Current state law establishes the California Health Benefit Exchange, also known as Covered California, within state government. Current law specifies the powers and duties of the board governing Exchange, and requires the board to facilitate the purchase of qualified health plans by qualified individuals and qualified small employers. This bill would require the board to subsidize the premium payments of individuals who enroll in health care coverage through the Exchange and who, under federal law, would be eligible for premium tax subsidies, as specified. The bill would make this requirement operative only to the extent that funding to cover the cost of the state subsidy is provided, by express reference, in the annual Budget Act or in another act making an appropriation for this purpose. More info Support Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(b)(15)
AB 2765 (Low) Employment Benefits: Digital Marketplace: Contractor Benefits: Would authorize an organization that is a digital marketplace, as defined, to contribute to a marketplace contractor benefit plan established to provide certain employment benefits to marketplace contractors, as defined, who use the digital marketplace. Under the bill, the digital marketplace would make the election by providing written notice of the election and paying no more than a $500 administrative fee to the Employment Development Department. More info Oppose Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(b)(5)
AB 2965 (Arambula) CIPC, Health Access Medi-Cal Immigration Status: Would extend eligibility for full-scope Medi-Cal benefits to individuals who are under 26 years of age and who are otherwise eligible for those benefits but for their immigration status. The bill would delete provisions delaying eligibility and enrollment until the director makes the determination described above. The bill would require the department to provide, indefinitely, the above-described monthly updates to the legislative committees. Because counties are required to make Medi-Cal eligibility determinations and this bill would expand Medi-Cal eligibility, the bill would impose a state-mandated local program. More info Support Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(b)(15)
AB 3087 (Kalra) Health Access, Labor Fed California Health Care Cost, Quality, and Equity Commission: Would create the California Health Care Cost, Quality, and Equity Commission, an independent state agency, to control instate health care costs and set the amounts accepted as payment by health plans, hospitals, physicians, physician groups, and other health care providers, among other things. The bill would provide that funding for the commission would be provided from the Managed Care Fund and the Insurance Fund, subject to appropriation by the Legislature. More info Support Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(b)(8)
AB 3148 (Arambula) Health Access Health Care Affordability Assistance: Cost Sharing: Current state law establishes the California Health Benefit Exchange, also known as Covered California, within state government. Current law specifies the powers and duties of the board governing Covered California, and requires the board to facilitate the purchase of qualified health plans by qualified individuals and qualified small employers. Current law establishes the California Health Trust Fund and continuously appropriates moneys in the fund for these purposes. This billl would require the board to offer additional cost sharing financial assistance to those who are otherwise eligible for premium tax credits and who have incomes determined to be below 400% of the federal poverty level, as specified. By requiring the board to offer this additional assistance, this bill would make an appropriation. More info Support Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(b)(8)
SB 1255 (Hernandez) Health Access Health insurance market: financial assistance.: Would require Covered California to administer financial assistance to help low- and middle-income Californians access affordable coverage, as specified, if the Legislature appropriates funds for that purpose. The bill would provide that priority for financial assistance shall be given to an individual whose premium payment is equal to or greater than 8% of his or her annual household income, as specified, or an individual whose annual household income is equal to or greater than 200% of the federal poverty level, as specified. More info Support Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(b)(15)
Protecting Health Care Reform
Bill Number/Author Sponsor Description CPEHN Position Status Letter of Support
AB 2499 (Arambula) Health Access Health care coverage: medical loss ratios: Current law requires a health care service plan or health insurer that issues, sells, renews, or offers a health care service plan contract or health insurance policy, respectively, for health care coverage in this state to comply with minimum medical loss ratios, and to provide an annual rebate to each enrollee or insured under that coverage, on a pro rata basis, if the medical loss ratio of the amount of premium revenue expended by the plan or health insurer on the costs for reimbursement for clinical services and for activities that improve health care quality to the total amount of premium revenue is less than a certain percentage. This bill would increase the minimum medical loss ratio percentages applicable to health care service plans and health insurers by 5%, except as specified. More info Support Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Assembly
SB 910 (Hernandez) Health Access Short-term limited duration health insurance: Would prohibit the State Department of Health Care Services from seeking or obtaining a Medicaid demonstration project or waiver to require work or community engagement activities as a condition of Medi-Cal eligibility or coverage, to require waiting periods, time limits, or coverage lockouts, as specified, or to require any other condition of Medi-Cal eligibility or coverage not authorized by any other provision of state law or federal statute or regulation. More info Support Assembly amendments concurred in
SB 1108 (Hernandez) Western Center on Law & Poverty Medi-Cal: conditions of eligibility or coverage: Would prohibit the Would prohibit the State Department of Health Care Services from seeking or obtaining a Medicaid demonstration project or waiver to require work or community engagement activities as a condition of Medi-Cal eligibility or coverage, to require waiting periods, time limits, or coverage lockouts, as specified, or to require any other condition of Medi-Cal eligibility or coverage not required by any other provision of state law or federal statute or regulation. More info Support Assembly amendments concurred in
SB 1245 (Leyva) Covered California: Current law generally authorizes the board to adopt any necessary rules and regulations as emergency regulations until January 1, 2017, and to adopt regulations to implement the eligibility, enrollment, and appeals processes for the individual and small business exchanges, changes to the small business exchange, and other specified provisions as emergency regulations, until January 1, 2019. Current law authorizes the Office of Administrative Law, until January 1, 2020, to approve more than 2 readoptions of the emergency regulations adopted by the board. This bill instead would authorize the board to adopt necessary rules and regulations by emergency regulations until January 1, 2022, with the exception of regulations implementing specified existing provisions relating to criminal background history checks for persons with access to confidential, personal, or financial information. The bill would extend the authority of the Office of Administrative Law to approve more than 2 readoptions of emergency regulations until January 1, 2027. More info Support In Senate. Ordered to engrossing and enrolling
Public Health and Prevention
Bill Number/Author Sponsor Description CPEHN Position Status Letter of Support
AB 1335 (Members Bonta, Chiu, and Wood) Public Health Advocates, SEIU State Council Sugar-Sweetened Beverages: Safety Warning: This bill would establish the Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Safety Warning Act, which would prohibit a person from distributing, selling, or offering for sale a sugar-sweetened beverage in a sealed beverage container, a multipack of sugar-sweetened beverages, or a concentrate, as those terms are defined, in this state unless the sealed beverage container, multipack, or packaging of the concentrate bears a safety warning, as prescribed. This bill contains other provisions. More info Support Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(b)(15)
AB 1877 (Limón) MICOP Office of Emergency Services: communications: translation: The California Emergency Services Act establishes the Office of Emergency Services within the Governor’s office under the supervision of the Director of Emergency Services and makes the office responsible for the state’s emergency and disaster response services for natural, technological, or manmade disasters and emergencies. This bill would would require the Office of Emergency Services and the governing body of each political subdivision, including each operational area, to translate any emergency communication into the most commonly spoken languages in the impacted county or counties. More info Support From committee: Do pass
AB 2122 (Reyes) CCWRO, Environmental Working Group Medi-Cal: Blood lead screening tests: Would require the Department of Health Care Services to ensure that a child enrolled in Medi-Cal receives blood lead screening tests at 12 and 24 months of age, and that a child 2 to 6 years of age, inclusive, receives a blood lead screening test if there is no record of a previous test for that child. The bill would require the department to report its progress toward blood lead screening tests for all enrolled children, as specified, annually on its Internet Web site, establish a case management monitoring system, and require health care providers to test enrolled children, as specified. More info Support Assembly Health
AB 2775 (Kalra) Black Women for Wellness Professional cosmetics: labeling requirements: The Sherman Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Law generally defines the term “cosmetic” as an article, or its components, intended to be applied to the human body, or any part of the human body, for cleansing, beautifying, promoting attractiveness, or altering the appearance. The law makes a violation of its provisions a crime. This bill would require a professional cosmetic manufactured on or after July 1, 2020, for sale in this state to have a label affixed on the container that satisfies all of the labeling requirements for any other cosmetic pursuant to specific federal laws. More info Support Ordered to special consent calendar
AB 2976 (Quirk) CCWRO, Environmental Working Group Medi-Cal: benefits for children: blood lead screening tests: Would require the State Department of Health Care Services to ensure that a child enrolled in Medi-Cal receives blood lead screening tests at 12 and 24 months of age. The bill would also require the department to ensure that a child 2 to 6 years of age, inclusive, receives at least one blood lead screening test if there is no record of a previous test for that child. More info Support Assembly Health
SB 1192 (Monning) American Heart Assoc., LCHC Childrens Meals: SB 1192 requires all restaurants that serve meals specifically targeted and marketed toward children to make healthy drinks the default drink option in those bundled meals. The default drink option would include water, sparkling water, flavored water with no added sweetener, or milk. A sugary drink can still be provided with a children’s meal at no additional cost; however, the purchasing customer must explicitly ask to replace the healthy drink for a sugary drink More info Support Assembly amendments concurred in. Ordered to engrossing and enrolling. Download and send in a letter of support today!
SB 1292 (Hueso) Alzheimer's Association, LCHC Alzheimer’s disease: Current law requires the State Department of Public Health to provide public and professional education on Alzheimer’s disease to educate consumers, caregivers, and health care providers, and to increase public awareness. This bill would declare the intent of the Legislature to enact legislation that would require the department to conduct a study examining the impact of Alzheimer’s disease on minorities and women. More info Support Read second time. Ordered to third reading
Students and Youth
Bill Number/Author Sponsor Description CPEHN Position Status Letter of Support
AB 992 (Arambula) Children Now CalWORKs: Baby Wellness and Family Support Home Visiting Program: Would establish the Baby Wellness and Family Support Home Visiting Program that would require the State Department of Social Services to allocate funds to counties for the purpose of implementing or contracting with specified early home visiting programs to provide voluntary home visiting programs approved by the department and would authorize the funds to be used to coordinate early home visiting services with, among others, child education and development programs and diaper bank services. More info Support Senate Human Services
AB 2289 (Weber) Access Women's Justice, ACT, Black Women for Wellness, California Latinas for Reproductive Justice Pupil rights: pregnant and parenting pupils: Current law requires a pupil to be excused from school for specified types of absences and prohibits those excused absences from generating state apportionment payments by deeming them as absences in computing average daily attendance. This bill would include as another type of excused absence, 4 absences per school year to care for a sick child, for which the school is prohibited from requiring a note from a doctor. The bill would require a school of a school district or county office of education and a charter school to allow a parenting pupil who gives or expects to give birth up to 6 weeks of parental leave or 8 weeks of parental leave for a caesarian section birth or birth with complications, and to allow a parenting pupil not giving birth up to 4 weeks of parental leave after the birth. More info Support Do pass. Read second time. Ordered to third reading.
AB 2297 (Arambula) Western Center on Law & Poverty CalWORKs and CalFresh: Hunger Impact Act of 2018: Current law requires each county to provide cash assistance and other social services to needy families through the California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) program using federal Temporary Assistance to Needy Families block grant program, state, and county funds. Current law specifies the amounts of cash aid to be paid each month to CalWORKs recipients, including an allowance for recurring special needs, as specified. This bill, the Hunger Impact Act of 2018, would require that an additional allowance be paid each month in the amount of $15 or actual expenses, whichever is greater, to a recipient who has a verified special diet or food preparation need, as specified. More info Support Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(b)(8)
Sustainability, Equitable Communities, & Housing
Bill Number/Author Sponsor Description CPEHN Position Status Letter of Support
SB 623 (Monning) Leadership Counsel Water quality: Safe and Affordable Drinking Water Fund: Would establish the Safe and Affordable Drinking Water Fund in the State Treasury and would provide that moneys in the fund are continuously appropriated to the State Water Resources Control Board. The bill would require the board to administer the fund to secure access to safe drinking water for all Californians, while also ensuring the long-term sustainability of drinking water service and infrastructure. The bill would authorize the state board to provide for the deposit into the fund of federal contributions, voluntary contributions, gifts, grants, bequests, and settlements from parties responsible for contamination of drinking water supplies. More info Support From committee: Without recommendation
SB 1421 (Skinner) ACLU, PolicyLink Peace officers: release of records: Would require, notwithstanding any other law, certain peace officer or custodial officer personnel records and records relating to specified incidents, complaints, and investigations involving peace officers and custodial officers to be available for public inspection pursuant to the California Public Records Act. The bill would provide that this information includes, but is not limited to, the framing allegation or complaint, any facts or evidence collected or considered, and any findings or recommended findings, discipline, or corrective action taken. More info Support Read second time. Ordered to third reading
Mental Health
Bill Number/Author Sponsor Description CPEHN Position Status Letter of Support
AB 1971 (Santiago) Mental health services: involuntary detention: gravely disabled: Current law provides immunity from civil and criminal liability for the detention by specified licensed general acute care hospitals, licensed acute psychiatric hospitals, licensed professional staff at those hospitals, or any physician and surgeon providing emergency medical services in any department of those hospitals if various conditions are met, including that the detained person cannot be safely released from the hospital because, in the opinion of treating staff, the person, as a result of a mental health disorder, presents a danger to himself or herself, or others, or is gravely disabled, as defined. This bill would expand the definition of “gravely disabled” for these purposes to also include a condition in which a person, as a result of a mental health disorder or chronic alcoholism, as applicable, is unable to provide for his or her medical treatment, as specified. More info Oppose From committee: Do pass
AB 2156 (Chen) Mental health services: gravely disabled.: Current law, for the purposes of involuntary commitment and conservatorship, defines “gravely disabled,” among other things, as a condition in which a person, as a result of a mental health disorder, is unable to provide for his or her basic personal needs for food, clothing, or shelter. This bill would change the definition of “gravely disabled” for these purposes to read, in part, a condition in which a person, as a result of a mental health disorder, is incapable of making informed decisions about, or providing for, his or her own basic personal needs for food, clothing, shelter, or medical care without significant supervision and assistance from another person and, as a result of being incapable of making these informed decisions, the person is at risk of substantial bodily harm, dangerous worsening of a concomitant serious physical illness, significant psychiatric deterioration, or mismanagement of his or her essential needs that could result in bodily harm. More info Oppose Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(b)(5)
AB 2701 (Rubio) Victims of violent crimes: trauma recovery centers: Current law recognizes the Trauma Recovery Center at San Francisco General Hospital, University of California, San Francisco, as the State Pilot Trauma Recovery Center (State Pilot TRC). Current law requires the California Victim Compensation Board to use the evidence-informed Integrated Trauma Recovery Services model developed by the State Pilot TRC when it provides grants to trauma recovery centers. This bill would require the board to administer a program to evaluate applications and award grants to school-based trauma recovery centers, upon appropriation by the Legislature for these purposes. More info Support Failed Deadline pursuant to Rule 61(b)(8)
SB 1045 (Wiener) Conservatorship: chronic homelessness: mental illness and substance use disorders: Would establish a procedure, for the County of Los Angeles and the City and County of San Francisco, if the board of supervisors of the respective county or city and county authorizes the application of these provisions subject to specified requirements, for the appointment of a conservator for a person who is chronically homeless and incapable of caring for the person’s own health and well-being due to a serious mental illness and substance use disorder, as specified, for the purpose of providing appropriate placement, including a licensed health care or psychiatric facility or community-based residential care setting, insupportive community housing that provides wraparound services, as specified. More info Oppose Read second time. Ordered to third reading