Mental Health Day at the Capitol

February 7, 2020, 8am - 1pm

Join Georgia's Behavioral Health Services Coalition at the Georgia State Capitol to advocate for more high quality, evidence-based, culturally-sensitive behavioral health supports, services, and treatments for all Georgians.


We will spend the morning hearing from Georgia’s mental health peers and leaders, and learn about the opportunities and challenges facing us in 2019.

We will be gathering at:

Georgia Railroad Freight Depot 

65 Martin Luther King Jr Drive
Atlanta, GA 30312

The Behavioral Health Services Coalition is a public/private mental health collaboration of individuals and organizations across Georgia which educates and shares information among our members, the public, and policy-makers; and, coordinates advocacy. We believe the mental health of all Georgians is assured by the enhancement of protective factors, the reduction of risk factors, and early intervention at the first sign of symptoms. All Georgians who need mental health care benefit from high quality, evidence-based, culturally-sensitive supports, services, and treatment. The Behavioral Health Services Coalition membership includes:

  • Beacon Health Options

  • Community Friendship Inc.

  • Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health

  • Georgia Council on Substance Abuse

  • Georgians for a Healthy Future

  • Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network

  • Georgia Parent Support Network

  • iResearch

  • Mental Health America of Georgia

  • Mission Zero

  • Multicultural Development Institute, Inc.

  • NAMI Georgia


Please click on the link below to register for Mental Health Day at The Capitol 2020!

Thank you for supporting mental health recovery in Georgia!

Scenes from previous Mental Health Days at the Capitol 


Tel 404-687-9487

Toll Free 800-297-6146
Peer2Peer Warm Line 888-945-1414
Fax 404-687-0772


Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network

246 Sycamore Street, Suite 260

Decatur, Georgia 30030​

Funding for many of the programs and initiatives of the Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network is provided by Georgia's Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities. Learn about how DBHDD serves Georgia at their website.

© 2019 by Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network