The Carter Center, an Atlanta-based nonprofit organization working to promote peace and health worldwide, held three Rosalynn Carter Annual Symposium on Mental Health Policy from 1995 through 1997.
Each two-day symposium held under this project laid out diverse interests and viewpoints that came under the scrutiny of approximately 200 participants, who then attempted to find areas of consensus and point to opportunities for collaboration.
"Managing Care in the Public Interest" Symposium, November 1995
"Mental Health and Mental Illness in the Workplace: Healthy Employees/Healthy Companies" Symposium, November 1996
"Privacy and Confidentiality and the Appropriate Use of Mental Health Information" Symposium, November 1997