Chapter 3. County Plans And Negotiated Net Amount Contracts of California Health And Safety Code >> Division 10.5. >> Part 1. >> Chapter 3.
(a) Within 60 days after notification of the final
allocation of each fiscal year pursuant to Section 11814, the board
of supervisors of each county requesting to contract for federal
funding from the state to provide alcohol and other drug prevention,
treatment, and recovery services shall submit to the department, in
accordance with Section 11798, a contract for these services.
(b) The executed contract shall remain in effect to provide the
basis for advance payment until the next year's contract is executed.
The purpose of these county contracts shall be to provide the basis
for reimbursements pursuant to this division and to coordinate
services pursuant to Part 2 (commencing with Section 11760) in a
manner that avoids fragmentation of services and unnecessary
(c) A contract for alcohol and other drug abuse services shall not
become final until executed by both the contracting county and the
department. The contract shall be executed by September 30 of the
fiscal year in which the contract will be effective, and shall cover
the fiscal year period from July 1 to June 30, inclusive.
(d) The payments shall be based on appropriations made by the
Legislature, and monthly payments shall be adjusted to reflect
reductions and deletions made by the Legislature. The department
shall have the option to either terminate or amend the contract to
reflect the reduced funding. The payments shall continue at the
adjusted level until the contract is amended to reflect the final
Budget Act enacted for the fiscal year and the final allocation to
(a) The department shall negotiate contracts with each
county that requests to enter into a contract to provide alcohol and
other drug abuse services.
(b) The department shall allocate funds for the purpose of
establishing a contract with each contracting county in accordance
with Sections 11814 and 11817.3.