Mental Health Recovery Advocacy
GMHCN is asking for volunteers throughout Georgia to help educate legislators about the value of peer support as part of Georgia's recovery-oriented system of care. Sharing our stories with legislators is one way for us to have enormous impact. If you are interested in learning more about supporting funding for mental health services in Georgia, please click the "Join Our Advocacy" link below.
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THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY.
Interested in becoming a part of Georgia's mental health recovery advocacy community? A group of mental health peers dedicated to Georgia mental health policy is forming to improve communication between Georgia's peers and Georgia's legislature: sharing information about policy with peers, and sharing the thoughts and feelings of peers with the mental health advocates meeting with legislators and policy leaders at the Capitol