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SFY 2018 MHA-Board Level Budget Report

The MHA-Board Level Budget Report report is completed annually by each Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health board, Community Mental Health board, and Alcohol & Drug Addiction Services board (ADAMH, CMH, and ADAS) and submitted to OhioMHAS. The data provides a complete picture of the types of services provided by the contracted mental health and addiction serving agencies and the corresponding expenditures and revenue in the mental health and addiction system.

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FY 2017 Probate Court Billing Reimbursement
Section 5122.43 of the Ohio Revised Code authorizes that certain county probate court costs and expenses of proceedings held under Chapter 5122 may be reimbursed by the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS).

Beginning with FY 2017, Probate Courts will be required to enter and submit an online Allocation Application within the OhioMHAS Grant and Funding Management System (GFMS).  A User Guide with registration and submission instructions was mailed to the Courts.  Please continue to submit monthly requests for reimbursement in the same manner in which you have in the past.

Section 5122.43 defines the costs and expenses of proceedings eligible for reimbursement, and in accordance, probate courts will be reimbursed for allowable costs and expenses for those cases related to mental health commitments or involving mental health clients.  The following are the FY2017 Probate Court Allocation letter, FY2017 Probate Court Allocations, instructions, and forms necessary in submitting those monthly billings to OhioMHAS; and the User Guide with instructions for registering with the OhioMHAS Grant and Funding Management System (GFMS).


SFY 2016 MHA-Board Level Budget Report

The MHA-Board Level Budget Report report is completed annually by each Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health board, Community Mental Health board, and Alcohol & Drug Addiction Services board (ADAMH, CMH, and ADAS) and submitted to OhioMHAS. The data provides a complete picture of the types of services provided by the contracted mental health and addiction serving agencies and the corresponding expenditures and revenue in the mental health and addiction system.