- Total project budget: $40 million
- Budget items: Two new mental health crisis centers ($11 million), new restoration center ($22 million), temporary crisis housing ($7 million).
- Presentation and video from Aug. 6, 2019. (NOTE: Budget numbers and other details in proposal presentations and videos from summer 2019 are different than those in the official MAPS 4 resolution.)
MAPS 4 will transform Oklahoma City’s mental health system with $40 million in capital projects that will provide new mental health and substance abuse services and relieve pressure on the Oklahoma County jail.
The package includes $11 million to build two new mental health crisis centers and a $22 million restoration center that includes a crisis center, methamphetamine detox, substance abuse services and more. MAPS 4 also includes $7 million for temporary housing for people experiencing mental illness and homelessness while transitioning out of a crisis center. The operational costs would be covered by non-City sources.