California voters recently approved a ballot initiative (Proposition 2) to amend the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) to allow the state to use MHSA funds to help pay for a state program to create permanent supportive housing for homeless or at-risk individuals with mental illness. This will be accomplished through the No Place Like Home program, which was created in 2016 but has not been implemented due to a legal challenge. In creating the program, the legislature sought to divert MHSA funds from their original use to fund $2 billion in bonds for the No Place Like Home construction . . .