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Annual Rosalynn Carter Georgia Mental Health Forum

Twenty-second Annual Rosalynn Carter Georgia Mental Health Forum

Friday, May 12, 2017
The Carter Center
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.


An update on the Settlement Agreement between the US Department of Justice and the State of Georgia;
Innovations in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: The Georgia Beck Initiative’s Partnership with DBHDD and the GA State Center for Excellence in Children’s Behavioral Health; and a Discussion on Child and Adolescent Mental Health Issues Within the State of Georgia. 

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The Rosalynn Carter Georgia Mental Health Forum, established in 1995, is held each May to address a timely mental health policy issue facing the state. Service providers, policymakers, advocates, and consumers from across Georgia are invited to participate in open discussions on diverse topics.

The Forum also has been an opportunity to update local stakeholders on progress toward building a quality and sustainable behavioral health system in the state as required by a settlement agreement between the U.S. Department of Justice and the State of Georgia in 2010.

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