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PUBLIC LAW 98-000—MMMM. DD, 1984

98 STAT. 2356

PUBLIC LAW 98-509—OCT. 19, 1984

Post, p. 2359. 42 USC 300X-4.

(2) by adding at the end thereof the following: "(14) Of the amount allotted to a State under this part in any fiscal year, the State agrees to use not less than 5 percent of such amount to initiate and provide new alcohol and drug abuse services for women. "(15) Of the amounts to be used in any fiscal year for mental health activities, the State agrees to use not less than 10 percent of such amount to initiate and provide (A) new mental health services for severely disturbed children and adolescents, and (B) new comprehensive community mental health programs for underserved areas or for underserved populations.". (d)(1) Section 1915 is amended by redesignating subsection (e) as subsection (h) and by inserting after subsection (d) the following new

Comprehensive

subsections:

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"(e) With amounts available under section 1915(a), the chief executive officer of a State may prepare and submit a comprehensive mental health plan which shall include^ "(1) an identification of the mental health service areas within the State and the agency responsible for the delivery and coordination of mental health services within the State; "(2) an identification of the need in each mental health service area of the State for mental health and related services, particularly the need for services to chronically mentally ill individuals, seriously mentally ill children, adolescents, and elderly individuals, and other identified populations; "(3) a description of the resources devoted to and activities to be carried out under the plan, including— "(A) a description of mental health activities (including activities for chronically mentally ill individuals) funded or supported under this Act, "(B) a description of mental health activities (including activities for chronically mentally ill individuals) funded or supported by State appropriations, "(C) a description of mental health and related support activities (including activities for chronically mentally ill individuals) funded under or supported through title XIX of the Social Security Act and other programs of Federal assistance, and "(D) to the extent feasible, a description of mental health activities reimbursed or provided in the State by private third party insurers and local governments; "(4) the mental health prevention and treatment objectives to be achieved under the plan and a listing of the programs and resources to be used to meet such objectives; "(5) a strategy for the establishment and implementation for chronically mentally ill individuals of an organized communitybased system of care which shall provide for quantitative targets to be achieved in the implementation of the plan, including numbers of chronically mentally ill individuals residing in the areas to be served, a description of services to be provided to such individuals in gaining access to essential mental health services, and a description of medical and dental care and rehabilitation services and employment, housing, and other support services designed to enable such individuals to function outside of inpatient institutions to the maximum extent of their capabilities;

Women.

42 USC 1396.