Georgia Mental Health Symposium


April 27, 2024    
10:00 am - 3:00 pm


The Hudgens Center for Art & Learning at Gas South Arena
6400 Sugarloaf Parkway Duluth, GA 30097 United States, GA , United States, 30097 , GA

Event Type

A transformative journey at the Free Mental Health Symposium, specially crafted for Gwinnett residents and proudly sponsored by North Side Hospital. This symposium serves as a beacon of hope, offering invaluable insights and resources to enhance mental well-being within the community. Delve into a day of enlightenment and empowerment, where attendees can engage in meaningful discussions, gain practical knowledge, and forge connections with fellow participants. Together, let us break barriers, raise awareness, and foster a culture of mental wellness. We embark on this collective journey towards healing and resilience, made possible by the generous support of North Side Hospital.

Event Information:

  • Event Name: Georgia Mental Health Symposium
  • Host: The Mental Health Alliance of America
  • Date and Time: Saturday, April 27 • 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM EDT
  • Location: The Hudgens Center for Art & Learning at Gas South Arena, 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway Duluth, GA 30097 United States
  • Ticket Price: Free (Registration is required)

About this Event: The Georgia Mental Health Symposium, presented by The Mental Health Alliance of America and powered by Northside Hospital, is a free event dedicated to promoting mental health awareness and education. This inaugural symposium aims to foster learning, sharing, and connection among Gwinnett residents. Participants can expect a day filled with inspiring speakers, interactive workshops, and valuable resources focused on mental well-being. Lunch will be provided, ensuring attendees can fully engage in the day’s activities without concern for hunger. The event also features a Vendor Village where attendees can meet sponsors, collect free merchandise, and enter to win prizes, including a “Specialized” Brand bike and a VIP Package to see the Georgia Bulldogs football team. The symposium aims to strengthen family bonds and community relationships by providing professional guidance and resources. Registration is required to attend.

Workout Session Detail: The event spans five hours and includes a variety of activities, including keynote speeches, workshops, and networking opportunities. Specific details about the workout session are not provided as the focus is on mental health education and support rather than physical fitness.

Essential for Bring:

  • Attendees are encouraged to bring any materials they need for note-taking, such as notebooks or electronic devices.
  • Comfortable attire suitable for a day-long event.

Parking Option: Parking facilities are available at The Hudgens Center for Art & Learning at Gas South Arena.

Please note: Registration is required to attend the symposium, and attendees are urged to reserve their spots in advance. For inquiries about refunds, participants can contact the event organizer directly.

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