Health and Human Services Publications

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Report

The AIDS Epidemic

February 1, 1987 - The AIDS Epidemic

Report

The Economic and Fiscal Effects On a Primary Source Law for California Wine Imports

May 1, 1986 - The Economic and Fiscal Effects On a Primary Source Law for California Wine Imports

Report

The Impacts of SB 1211 on California Consumers, The Beer Industry and State Government

May 1, 1986 - The Impacts of SB 1211 on California Consumers, The Beer Industry and State Government

Report

An Evaluation of the School-Based Dental Disease Prevention Program

April 1, 1986 - This report is divided into six chapters. In Chapter I, we describe the implementation of the Dental Disease Prevention program. In Chapter II, we summarize the methodology of the University of California San Francisco study. Chapter III reports the results and shortcomings of the study. In Chapter IV, we discuss the impact of the program on state expenditures for medical and dental care. Chapter V describes the options for improving the program's cost-effectiveness, and Chapter VI presents our conclusions and recommendations.

Report

California's Community-Based Long-Term Care System

February 1, 1986 - California's Community-Based Long-Term Care System

Presentation

Proposition 41: Public Aid and Medical Assistance Programs

September 24, 1984 - Statement to a joint meeting of the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services and Assembly Human Services Committee, Sacramento, September 24, 1984.

Handout

Overview of the Public Mental Health System in California

March 15, 1984 - Data for State Hospital Services for the the Mentally Disabled

Report

A Review of the Access Assistance for the Deaf Program

February 1, 1984 - The Deaf Access program (DAP) was established by Ch 1193/80 (AB 2980). The program provides funds to the Department of Social Services (DSS) for contracts with local agencies to provide specified services to deaf and hearing-impaired individuals.

Report

A Review of the Access Assistance for the Deaf Program

February 1, 1984 - The Deaf Access program (DAP) was established by Ch 1193/80 (AB 2980). The program provides funds to the Department of Social Services (DSS) for contracts with local agencies to provide specified services to deaf and hearing-impaired individuals.

Health and Human Services Staff

Mark Newton
(916) 319-8323
Deputy Legislative Analyst: Health, Developmental Services, and Technology
 
Ryan Anderson
(916) 319-8308
CalWORKs/CalFresh/Developmental Services
 
Jason Constantouros
(916) 319-8322
Medi-Cal/Hospital Finance/Managed Care/Health Care Affordability and Workforce Development
 
Brian Metzker
(916) 319-8354
Privacy, Security, and Technology
 
Ryan Miller
(916) 319-8356
Medi-Cal/Behavioral Health/CalHHS Agency Issues
 
Angela Short
(916) 319-8309
Teachers' Retirement Policy/ Child Welfare/ Community Care Licensing
 
Luke Koushmaro
(916) 319-8355
Medi-Cal/Long-Term Care/Family Health/Covered California
 
Will Owens
(916) 319-8341
Public Health/Behavioral Health/State Hospitals
 
Ginni Bella Navarre
(916) 319-8342
Deputy Legislative Analyst: Human Services and Governance