Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed four bills into law on May 9, 2019, launching a transformation in Washington’s behavioral health system. The package includes two bills that affect community behavioral health services, one that will ensure timely court-ordered mental health competency evaluation and restoration services, and one to establish a behavioral health teaching hospital with the University of Washington. Of the two bills that directly affect community behavioral health, one will fully implement Medicaid behavioral health integration, and the other will support care in community-based facilities that are closer to an individual’s home and support network . . .