William M. McDonald, M.D., J.B. Fuqua Chair for Late-Life Depression, Vice-Chair for Education, Emory University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, and Cathy T. Rambach, RN,MS, a project coordinator at the Fuqua Center, serve on the Board of Directors of Project Interconnections, Inc., (PII) whose mission is to provide permanent affordable housing with on-site supportive services to adults facing the challenges of homelessness and mental illness. Rosalynn Carter serves as Honorary Chairperson of the Board. Click here for a picture from the 2013 Fundraising Event.
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