Behavioral Health Advisory Board

MISSION STATEMENT:  The mission of the Merced County Behavioral Health Board is to ensure that the Agency provides integrated culturally responsive mental health, substance use disorder and community-based services that promote wellness and recovery.​

Meetings are held the first Tuesday of every month and are scheduled from 4:00 p.m to 6:00 p.m. 
All meetings are located at 301 East 13th Street or can be accessed via Video/Conference Call.

Information on how to connect to the Video/Conference Call can be found on the agenda.

 
Click here for the MEETINGS SCHEDULE
Click here to view previous Board Meeting Agendas & Minutes

Each meeting offers public opportunity to speak. We encourage you to come and speak regarding items or concerns that need the boards attention.

Data Notebook 2020

BOARD MEMBERS​


BOARD OF SUPERVISORS REPRESENTATIVES
Lloyd Pareira

DISTRICT 1
(El Nido, Livingston, Le Grand, Planada)
Iris Mojica de Tatum - State Planning Council

DISTRICT 2


(Merced)
Mary Ellis
Vince Ramos

DISTRICT 3


(Atwater, Beachwood/Franklin area)
Keng Ger Cha
Sally Ragonut - Vice Chair

DISTRICT 4


(Delhi, Gustine, Hilmar, Snelling)
Bruce Metcalf - Chair
Zachery Ramos - Secretary
Vicki Humble

DISTRICT 5


(Dos Palos, Los Banos, Santa Nella)
Vacant

MEMBERS-AT-LARGE
Micki Archuleta

​Behavioral Health Advisory Board Committees and Members


Standing Committees:

​Substance Use Disorder

  • Vicki Humble
  • Supervisor Lloyd Pareira

​Executive/By-Laws/Planning

  • Bruce Metcalf - Chair
  • Sally Ragonut - Vice Chair
  • Zachery Ramos - Secretary

​Membership Committee


  • Mary Ellis

​Board Development Committee


(New Membership, Orientation & On-Boarding)
  • Bruce Metcalf - Chair
  • Sally Ragonut - Co-Chair
  • Supervisor Lloyd Pareira

AD-HOC Committees:


​Annual Report Committee


  • Sally Ragonut - Chair
  • Iris Mojica De Tatum

​Nominating Committee


  • Zachery Ramos

​Liaison to the Quality Improvement Committee


Purpose:  To provide members with updates, programs and services available.  The QIC shall monitor the service delivery with the aim of improving the process of providing care and better meeting the needs of those served.
  • Mary Ellis

Liaison to the MHSA Ongoing Planning Council Meeting

  • Micki Archuleta


Behavioral Health Advisory Board Meeting Archives



2017 Archive
2016 Archive
2015 Archive
2014 Archive
2013 Archive
2012 Archive