This workshop will include presentations about court decisions and settlement agreements in several states, including their required performance metrics and compliance plans; the key elements of a good community integrated system and some ways states are funding these services. The Supreme Court decision, Olmstead versus L.C., provided a landmark interpretation of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in determining that persons with disabilities are entitled to receive public services in the most integrated settings appropriate for their needs. During the decade since the Olmstead decision, state governments, including mental health systems, have worked to modify their service systems to enhance opportunities for individuals to live in their own communities while receiving appropriate mental health services and supports. The goal of the workshop is to share with states and other interested participants, the strategies being used by states to achieve the community integration goals that are the underpinnings of the Olmstead decision. There will be ample opportunity during the Dialogues with the Experts to discuss the implementation plans developed, the challenges in implementing the plans, compliance monitoring and the successes achieved. This will provide an excellent opportunity to learn first-hand the strategies that are being used to address the lawsuits, as well as initial impacts for consumers.