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Last Update: 6/10/2024

  • JCCMHFB will begin accepting request for proposal (RFP) applications July 1, 2024 for the CY25-26, two-year Adult MHF contracts. Check back 7/1/24 for additional details.

  • June 2024 board meeting has been rescheduled to June 26, 2024 due to the previous date falling on a Federal Holiday.

  • JCCMHFB will take a recess during July 2024; therefore, there is no board meeting in July 2024.

  • August 2024 board meeting will resume on schedule for August 21.

  • JCCMHFB's CY 2023 Annual Report is now available!

  • Starting March 2024 the board meeting agenda will be available on our website the day before each board meeting.

  • Click HERE for previously posted announcements.

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Typically board meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:30am CST (check our website for any schedule changes).

June 2024 Board Meeting

June 26 ⋅ 7:30am – 8:30am (CST)


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Agendas will be posted the day before each board meeting.


Anticipated schedule


  • January 17

  • February 21

  • March 20

  • April 17

  • May 15

  • June 26 (moved from June 19)

  • July 2024 - Recess (no meeting)

  • August 21

  • September 18

  • October 16

  • November 20

  • December 18

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Agencies funded through JCCMHFB shall use funds to provide programs and services only to residents of Jefferson County, Missouri.

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Jefferson County Community Mental Health Fund Board was established and authorized by Jefferson County Council and the Statutes of the State of Missouri to receive and administer a Jefferson County Mental Illness property tax levy and a Community Children’s Services sales tax.

The purpose of both taxes is to assure a system of care for Jefferson County individuals to receive appropriate comprehensive mental health and substance use treatment for adults and children.

The Community Children’s Services sales tax is a 1/8 cent rate for all taxable goods purchased in Jefferson County to be used solely for the purpose of children’s mental health and substance use treatment, including individual and family counseling, psychiatric care, and school liaison services for all school districts. Additional services include domestic violence residential and counseling services and children advocacy services for Jefferson County. Annual revenues estimate $3.3 million.

The Mental Illness Levy is a property tax levy for all residents and businesses located in Jefferson County. The Mental Illness Levy funds comprehensive mental health, substance use treatment, and psychiatric care for Jefferson County individuals. The levy is set for .0857 cents for 2022 with an estimated revenue base of $3.4 million.

The JCCMHF board consists of nine members and must include a physician. The nine members are appointed by the County Executive and approved by Jefferson County Council. At least one-third of the board shall represent consumers of psychiatric services or the families of such consumers.

JCCMHF is contracted with COMTREA through 2023, with the organization as the primary agent to assure appropriate systems of care are in place for all Jefferson County individuals.

Additional funding has been granted to Lutheran Family and Children's Services of Missouri, Saint Louis Counseling, UMSL Center for Behavioral Health, Chestnut Health Systems, and Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition.

Contracts are reviewed annually and request for funding proposals are received each year in July.

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