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 Proposition 63 - Fulfilling the Promise of Mental Health Care in California 
Learn more about Prop 63

Proposition 63 expands mental health care for children and adults, using programs proven to be effective. It is paid for by a 1% tax on taxable personal income over $1 million. It requires strict financial accountability. Prop 63 is supported by nurses, mental health professionals, law enforcement, educators and many others.  Learn more »

Prop 63 Rush Hour Visibility

  [6:00pm: 11/1] - Long Beach | more »    

Supporters of Prop 63 are banding together to make one last push before election day.  At 63 locations statewide on Monday and Tuesday, during morning and evening rush hour, we will gather at busy intersections to promote a YES vote on Proposition 63.  More info »

    Prime Hours:
Monday Tuesday
7:00-9:00am      7:00-9:00am
4:00-5:30pm 4:00-5:30pm
You can join us.  Connect with your Prop 63 field coordinator, make signs and come on out.

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Young Devin Costello shows her support
in Long Beach

Who Supports Prop 63?  
A broad coalition, including doctors, nurses, teachers, police, firefighters, elected representatives, organized labor, the mental health community and thousands of individuals, has enthusiastically endorsed Prop 63.  Click here to see the full list »

Featured endorser:  Fight Crime: Invest in Kids California

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Assemblyman Darrell Steinberg on the promise of Prop 63. 
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Recent News Articles: (more news)

CAPITOL JOURNAL | Prop. 63: The Rich Pay a Little, the Homeless Get a Lot of Help

Los Angeles Times

CAMPAIGN 2004: Prop. 63 calls on rich to fund mental health

San Francisco Chronicle

Endorsements - YES on Proposition 63

LA Weekly

Remedying neglect with Prop. 63

San Diego Union-Tribune

Proposition 63 will help reduce costs, inequities of mental illness treatment

Modesto Bee