The 28th Rosalynn Carter Georgia Mental Health Forum

Tuesday, May 14, 2024

This year's Georgia Mental Health Forum emphasized inclusivity, equity, and resilience in mental health advocacy. Through engaging, bipartisan discussions and thought-provoking presentations, participants explored critical issues, confronted systemic barriers, and charted a path forward toward a more effective mental health system for all Georgians. View the agenda (PDF) »

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

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