In 2016, the GCLEA and the Lupus Foundation of America, Georgia Chapter convened a statewide workshop on Lupus called "Lupus is a Public Health Concern". The purpose of the workshop was to learn about lupus, share ideas and resources, and build sustainable relationships. In addition, our goal was to collaborate on an action plan for what the citizens of Georgia can do to increase awareness of lupus, and improve access to care and services for people living with lupus. As a result, this Georgia Action Plan delineates suggestions on what the citizens of this state can do to encourage and facilitate public and private action designed to combat lupus.
You can find out more information about the Georgia Action Plan by going here.