Beverly Benson Long PapersBeverly Benson Long Papers

Beverly Benson Long Papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: Beverly Benson Long Papers
Creator: Long, Beverly Benson
Dates: 1940-2009
Dates: Bulk, 1965-2005
Extent: 44.0 boxes (43 linear feet, 1 oversize folder, 26 audiovisual items, and 1.5 megabytes)
Collection Number: RBRL/397
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: Beverly Benson Long (1920-2015) served in state, national and international organizations as a mental health professional and advocate. Her papers document her extensive work and career in the mental health field and include correspondence, internal reports, papers, newsletters, memos, conference proceedings, and commission and board meeting materials.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Beverly Benson Long was born in 1920 in Athens, Clarke County, Georgia, to William and Charlotte Benson. She attended the University of Georgia, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in 1941. She graduated with a Master of Science in Public Health from the University of North Carolina in 1942 and worked as an epidemiologist during World War II. She resettled in Seattle but moved back to the Athens area in the 1950s following a divorce. She returned to school and received a Master of Science in Psychology and began her career as a mental health professional in Georgia. In 1963, she married Maurice Long. Together they had four children.

Long worked as a psychologist with the state of Georgia and then served on numerous advisory and regulatory boards related to mental health. She served in leadership roles for many organizations including president of the Mental Health Association of Metropolitan Atlanta (1968-1969) and president of the Mental Health Association of Georgia (1973-1974). As a mental health professional and advocate, she worked with the administration of Georgia Governor Jimmy Carter during the reorganization of state government and specifically served in various roles related to the Georgia Department of Human Resources, where mental health systems and services were regulated.

In 1977, Long was appointed to serve on President Jimmy Carter’s Presidential Commission on Mental Health (PCMH). The PCMH was the first presidential commission to focus on mental health. She served on the PCMH while continuing to work in professional organizations in Georgia and nationally. From 1979 to1980 she served as the President for the National Mental Health Association (NMHA). After the PCMH concluded, Long worked on issues of prevention and promotion, a subject that focused on increasing awareness of the mental health of children and adults. In 1984, she founded and chaired an NMHA group, the Commission on the Prevention of Mental-Emotional Disabilities. In 1987, she was instrumental in forming the National Prevention Coalition and chaired the organization until 1991.

Long expanded her work to include advocacy for the global population. She was an active member of the World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH) and served as president (1995-1997). Long remained a board member for a number of years and also worked with the United Nations in various groups on issues related to mental health, women, and refugees throughout her career. In 2000, Long attended the First Biennial Conference produced by the Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention, an international umbrella organization with different representatives, held at the The Carter Center in Atlanta. Long continued to be an active Biennial Conference Committee member.

Long worked with several state, national, and international organizations throughout her career. She was a mental health professional and an advocate for prevention and promotion. She worked in Georgia at the state level to change policies and standards of care for those subjected to the mental health care system and she did the same as an advocate for national and federal policies. Internationally, she advocated for comprehensive services and systems that worked for people, and for primary prevention of mental health disorders coupled with the continued promotion of awareness of mental health issues.

In 2007, Emory University awarded Long an Honorary Doctorate of Science. Long died on October 30, 2015.

Sources: "Beverly Benson Long (1920-2015) Obituary." Athens Banner-Herald. 6 November 2015. Web 8 September 2016. Grob, Gerald N. "Public Policy and Mental Illnesses: Jimmy Carter's Presidential Commission on Mental Health." The Milbank Quarterly. September 2005. Web. 8 September 2016.

Scope and Content

The Beverly Benson Long Papers document her work and career in the mental health field as a professional and as an advocate in state, national, and international organizations and governmental roles. The collection contains organizational and state government-related materials and includes correspondence, internal reports, papers, newsletters, memos, conference proceedings, and commission and board meeting materials.

Organization and Arrangement

The papers are organized in five series: I. Georgia Materials, II. National Organizations, III. International Organizations, IV. Prevention and Promotion, and V. Personal.


Administrative Information and Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access note

This collection is open for research.

Series III. International Organizations contains digital files. To access these files, please request the folders you would like through the finding aid using your research account. An archivist will be in contact with you to explain how to access the files. Please note that not all file formats are currently supported by the library for research use.

Series I, II, and V contain audiovisual items. Reference copies of the audiovisual recordings are available upon request. Research requests will be filled as soon as possible and will be dependent upon the condition of the recordings.

Preferred citation

Beverly Benson Long Papers, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

Processing Information note

Due to the original, unsorted condition of the papers, the archivist extensively rearranged Long’s papers during processing. The sorting of loose material into subjects related to Long’s own notes on significant subject areas resulted in the five series within the collection. The chronology of her career in mental health also influenced the final arrangement as her career progressed from state to nation and then to global in the organizations she served and the influence she had in the profession. The organizational materials were arranged chronologically but significant overlap exists between subjects and organizations throughout the collection. The Prevention and Promotion series contains materials that document the major focus of her career and therefore span decades, organizations, and geographic scope. Many of these materials Long marked as “P and P” or were not clearly related to one organization or subject but concerned either prevention and promotion activities. Where Long’s papers included clear runs of files or materials that related to specific projects, papers, conferences, or business matters, the archivist retained this order, which is reflected in the mixed date ranges of some materials.

Conditions Governing Use note

Library acts as "fair use" reproduction agent.

Copyright Information

Before material from collections at the Richard B. Russell Library may be quoted in print, or otherwise reproduced, in whole or in part, in any publication, permission must be obtained from (1) the owner of the physical property, and (2) the holder of the copyright. It is the particular responsibility of the researcher to obtain both sets of permissions. Persons wishing to quote from materials in the Russell Library collection should consult the Director. Reproduction of any item must contain a complete citation to the original.

Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Angelica Marini, 2016.

Digital files and audiovisual files were added to the finding aid by Adriane Hanson, 2016.


Related Materials

Access Points

Audiovisual.
Carter, Rosalynn.
Long, Beverly Benson
Mental Health Association of Georgia.
Mental health policy--United States.
Mental health promotion--United States.
Mental health--Georgia.
Mental health--Prevention.
National Mental Health Association (U.S.).
World Federation for Mental Health.

Related Collections in this Repository

Georgia Disability History Archive

Related Collections in Other Repositories

Record Group 220: President's Commission on Mental Health, Jimmy Carter Presidential Library


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

Series I. Georgia Materials, 1959-1987 (Bulk, 1965-1985)

Extent: 6.0 boxes (6 linear feet and 12 audiovisual items)
Scope and Content: Series I. Georgia Materials documents Long’s work with mental health organizations and advocacy associations as well as her tenure with state regulatory and governmental groups in Georgia. Materials document her work with the Metropolitan Atlanta Mental Health Association (MAHMA) and the Mental Health Association of Georgia (MHAG), both smaller organizations under the umbrella of the National Mental Health Association. Concurrent to her involvement with these groups, Long also worked for the state of Georgia as a psychologist and in appointed positions on various mental health-related boards, commissions, and groups during the administrations of Governors Jimmy Carter (1971-1975) and George Busbee (1975-1983), which the records reflect. Of special note is Long’s documentation of the dismissal of Dr. Gary Miller as state mental health director in 1974 and materials related to MHAG’s reaction to the decision and fallout from this controversial firing.
Conditions Governing Access note: Reference copies of the audiovisual recordings are available upon request. Research requests will be filled as soon as possible and will be dependent upon the condition of the recordings.
BoxFolder
11Position Paper Situation Report Current Status Report Regarding Hospital Care Milledgeville, 1973
12Mental Health Papers of Historical Value [Georgia], 1968-1975
13[Georgia State Mental Health Reports], 1960-1979
14[Georgia Plan for Children - Report], 1975
15[Georgia's Mental Health Program - Report], 1971-1973
16DeKalb's Situation - Mental Health, 1973
17[Mental Health in Schools], 1968-1971
18Promotion of Mental Health in Schools, 1969-1970
19[Children and Mental Health - Reports and Studies], 1964-1972
110[Metropolitan Atlanta Mental Health Association - Georgia Mental Health Institute], 1970
111[Metropolitan Atlanta Mental Health Association - Hospital Studies], 1969-1971
112[Metropolitan Atlanta Mental Health Association - Hospitals and Patients], 1969-1972
113[Loose Materials - Metropolitan Atlanta Mental Health Association], 1969
114H.B. 1 - General Assembly, 1969
115Jack Nelson Articles, 1959-1964
116[News clippings], 1964-1973
117The Bellringer [Metropolitan Atlanta Mental Health Association Newsletter], 1962-1970
118Position Paper - Letters Skelton, McPheeters, 1973
119Change-Over DeKalb: Papers of Historical Value - Health, 1970-1971
120[Committee on Health Services - Georgia Planning Council], 1973
121History of Mental Health Atlanta, Georgia, 1960-1964
122Change-Over Committee Minutes [Atlanta Regional Commission], 1973
123Change-Over - Statistics, 1971-1973
124Change-Over - Alarmed People Helpful Suggestions, 1973
125Change-Over - Bowling's Memo to Staff, et cetera, 1972-1973
126Mental Health Task Force - Memberships, 1972-1973
127[Southern Regional Education Board], 1976
128[Atlanta Regional Commission], 1973-1974
129[Task Force Materials], 1973-1974
130Minutes [Atlanta Regional Commission], 1973-1974
131Atlanta Regional Commission Health Systems Agency, 1972-1974
132Health Services Committee, 1973
133Situation Report: in Regard to Change in Administration Policy to Central State Hospital Also Number of Beds, 1973
134Change-Over Committee - Community Action vs Atlanta Regional Commission, 1972-1973
135Position Paper- Mental Health First Order general Mental Health Planning, 1973
136Mrs. Long Leadership Session Metropolitan Atlanta Mental Health Association, 1968 December 11
137[Loose Correspondence], 1969-1972
BoxFolder
21[Mental Health Association - Georgia - Central State Hospital], 1974
22The Problem, 1966-1975
23[Mental Health Associations], 1966-1968
24Broad Plans for Mental Health, 1974
25Classification, 1971-1974
26Various "Manpower" Items, 1967-1970
27["Manpower" Materials], 1963-1978
28[Mental Health Association - Georgia], 1973-1974
29Mental Health Overview Materials - Facts, Speeches, etc., 1973-1974
210Correspondence Miscellaneous, 1974-1976
211[Mental Health Association General Materials], 1964-1975
212Mental Health Association of Georgia Goal Statement, 1968-1975
213Georgia Psychiatric Newsletter, 1975-1976
214Mental Health [magazine] - Mental Health Association - Georgia, 1972-1975
215Mental Health Children, 1972
216[Children Mental Health], 1974
217Report of the Study Commission on Mental Health Services for Children and Youth, 1972-1973
218[Community Mental Health Centers - Georgia and National], 1963-1973
219National Program Site Evaluation Community Mental Health Centers, 1972
220[Community Mental Health Center Research/Evaluation], 1971-1972
221Children, 1971
222Jack Watson - Correspondence Comprehensive Health Planning, 1972
223Citizen Participation, 1970
224The Law and Mental Health, 1973-1974
225Mix - Physical Mental etc., 1970-1974
226[Mental Health Care in Georgia], 1971-1974
227John Moore Correspondence, 1971-1972
228Brian O'Connell, 1972
229Rowan - Legislative Matters, 1969-1982
230Citizen Role, 1973
231Early Childhood Development, 1971-1973
232Human Services and Department of Human Resources, 1970-1973
233Health Maintenance Organizations, 1973-1976
234Legal Legislative Committee, 1975-1978
235[Mental Health Association - National - Miscellaneous], 1976-1978
BoxFolder
31[Mental Health Association - National - Miscellaneous], 1977
32Program - Mental Health Association Organization, 1977
33[Federal and State Monies for Mental Health], 1974-1977
34[Mental Health Association - State and National - Miscellaneous], 1979-1975
35[Mental Health Association - State and National - Goals and Organizations], 1974-1976
36[Atlanta Regional Commission Handbook], not dated
37[National Policy Materials], 1975-1976
38[Bar Admissions], 1977-1978
39[Mental Health Association - National Program and Conference Materials], 1975-1978
310Mental Health Planning and Management, 1964-1979
311[Prevention Papers], not dated
312[National Institute of Mental Health - Community Health Care Centers], 1969-1973
313[Mental Health Associations and Councils - Georgia], 1968-1978
314Achievements in Mental Health, 1975-1976
315What We Know to Do, 1968
316Good Words, 1973-1974
317Staff Responsibility- Executive Director, 1968
318Mental Health - What Is It?, 1971-1974
319The Balanced Service System, 1972
320[National Association for Mental Health - Child Research], 1974
321Georgia Mental Health Association, 1981-1985
322[Georgia Prevention], 1986-1987
323Fulton County - General, 1985
324[Prevention - Children], 1974-1987
325[Prevention - Focus Issues and Organizations], 1974-1987
326Georgia Prevention Plan, 1985
327The Prevention Catalogue: Topics and Strategies Related to Mental Health. Mental Retardation, and Substance Abuse, not dated
328History - Georgia [Mental Health Program], 1961-1975
329National Institute for Mental Health - Affairs Committee [Georgia Mental Health Services], 1976-1977
330Prevention History Mental Health Association, 1959-1989
331[Prevention History Mental Health Association - Articles], 1910-1949
BoxFolder
41[National Association for Mental Health], 1969
42[National Association for Mental Health Prevention History Notes], 1969-1976
43[Miscellaneous Mental Health Association - Georgia], 1968-1974
44[Mental Health Association - Mixed Materials], 1966-1977
45[Mental Health Association of Georgia - Board Meetings], 1973-1974
46Mental Health and Health, 1978
47Problem - What is Needed, 1980-1981
48[Mental Health Services], 1975-1977
49[Mental Health - Policy Research], 1973-1978
410[National Association for Mental Health Newsletters], 1964-1966
411[Atlanta Community Mental Health Center], 1970
412Highlights of Major Achievements January 1967 - January 1968 and Plans for the Future Calendar Year 1968-1969 Georgia Department of Public Health Division of Mental Health, 1968
413[Governor's Mental Health Committee], 1971
414State of Georgia Reorganization and Management Improvement Study, 1971
415[Georgia State Reorganization], not dated
416[Governor's Program - Goals for Georgia], 1965-1971
417[Correspondence - Representative Paul Rogers], 1976
418[Department of Human Resources - Georgia], 1973
419Mental Health Act and State Mental Health Acts, 1973
420Georgia Comprehensive Health Plan, 1975
421[Mental Health Systems Approaches], not dated
422An Implicit Goal Model of Program Evaluation, 1972
423Georgia Mental Health Systems Act Georgia Governor's Advisory Council, 1974-1975
424[Mental Health Advisory Board], 1975
425[Governor's Council on Mental Health], 1975
426[Georgia Mental Health Bill], 1975
427[Community Mental Health Centers - Georgia], 1969-1978
428[State Government Materials - Miscellaneous], 1972-1978
429[Georgia Department of Human Resources Correspondence/Memos], 1973-1974
430[Georgia Department of Human Resources Correspondence], 1972-1974
BoxFolder
51[Georgia Department of Human Resources], 1973-1974
52[State Organization - Planning Process], 1973
53[Georgia Department of Human Resources] Miscellaneous, 1972-1973
54[Georgia Department of Human Resources], 1972-1973
55[Georgia Department of Human Resources - Battey State Hospital], 1972-1973
56[Georgia Department of Human Resources - Correspondence Memos], 1972-1973
57Newspaper Clippings - CSH [Central State Hospital], 1964-1969
58[Dr. Gary Miller - Recommendation Letters], 1975-1976
59Selection Committee to Help Parkham in Selection of Division of Mental Health Director, 1976
510[Correspondence in Regard to Gary Miller Dismissal], 1974
511Miller - Board of Human Resources, 1973-1974
512[Dr. Gary Miller - Related Materials], 1973-1974
513"Open Door", 1973
514[Senator Culver Kidd- Gary Miller Dismissal], 1973-1974
515[Central State - Open Door Policy - Gary Miller Dismissal], 1974
516"Helping Troubled Georgians Solve Their Problems" A Mental Health Improvement Plan for Georgia the Report of the Governor's Commission to Improve Services for Mentally and Emotionally Handicapped Georgians, 1971
517[Gary Miller - Central State - Community Health], 1971-1974
518Miller Fired, 1974
519Statement - Mental Health Association of Georgia - Miller Firing, 1974
520[Central State Hospital], 1973
521[Dr. Gary Miller - Central State Hospital], 1973-1974
522Audit Report: Rio Grande Center for Mental Health and Mental Retardation, 1972
523[News Clippings - Open Door Policy - Central State Hospital], 1972-1973
524CGRH [Central Georgia Regional Hospital], 1973
525[Central State Hospital], 1973
526Central State Hospital, 1973 December
527Mrs. Beverly Long, 1973
528[Central State Hospital News Clippings], 1973
529[Central State Hospital], 1973-1974
530War Against Miller, 1973
531[Dr. Gary Miller - Texas], 1965-1973
532[Department of Mental - Reorganization], 1972-1973
533Miller's Proposals to Integrate Services, 1972
534[Department of Mental Health - Reorganization], 1972-1973
535Confidential File - Conversations With Key People, Notes, etc., 1972-1974
BoxFolder
61The Grid, 1976
62[Georgia Governor's Advisory Council Community Mental Health Centers], 1973-1975
63-4[Georgia's Governor's Advisory Council on Mental Health and Mental Retardation] 1 of 2, 1976-1977
65-7[Georgia Council on Mental Health/Mental Retardation Program 1978], 1977-1979
68[Advisory Council and National Institute for Mental Health], 1976-1979
69Manual - Mental Health, Mental Retardation Substance Abuse Area Advisory Council, 1977
610[Georgia Advisory Council on Mental Health - Area Advisory Councils], 1976-1978
611[Georgia Advisory Council - Legislative Correspondence], 1978
612Georgia Governor's Advisory Council, 1979
613-15[Balanced Service System], 1973-1977
616[Georgia Comprehensive Health System Planning], 1968-1976
617Division of Program Research and Development A Comprehensive Mental Health Information System for the State of Georgia: Development Concepts Overview, 1974
618[Georgia - Psychiatrists Speech], 1967
619[Loose Correspondence], 1976-1979
620[National Institute for Mental Health Grant Application - Southern Regional Education Board], 1976
621[North General Georgia Health Systems Agency], 1977
622[Georgia Newsletters], 1976
623[Georgia Mental Health Reports], 1976-1978
624[Georgia Advisory Council on Mental Health], 1979
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0006Governor's Advisory Council, 1976 May 27
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0011Governor's Council on Mental Health and R. #1, 24 27 March 1977
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0012Governor's Council on Mental Health and R. #2, 1977 March 24-27
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0015Minutes- Governor's Council on Mental Health #1, 1976 October 28
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0016Governor's Council on Mental Health #2, undated
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0017Governor's Council on Mental Health Tape #1, 1976 December 2
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0018Governor's Council on Mental Healt Tape #2, 1976 December 2
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0019Governor's Advisory Council on Mental Health and R., 1977 January 27
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0020Governor's Advisory Council on Mental Health and R. #1, 1977 February 24
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0021Governor's Advisory Council on Mental Health and R. #2, 1977 February 24
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0025Governor's Council on Mental Health, 1976 May 27
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
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UC RBRL397-CS_0026Athens Conference, undated
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
 

Series II. National Organizations, 1960-2008 (Bulk, 1975-2005)

Extent: 10.0 boxes (9 linear feet, 1 oversize folder, and 1 audiovisual item)
Scope and Content: Series II. National Organizations documents Long’s career and leadership roles nationally in major mental health organizations and federal regulatory and advocacy groups, most notably her work on President Jimmy Carter’s Presidential Commission on Mental Health (PCMH), convened in 1977 to focus on creating a national mental health policy. Materials also document her service as president of the National Mental Health Association (NMHA) in 1979 and 1980 and her national advocacy work with other organizations including The Carter Center, where she was primarily involved with the Rosalynn Carter Symposium on Mental Health Policy; the Institute of Medicine (IOM); and the Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL).
Conditions Governing Access note: Reference copies of the audiovisual recordings are available upon request. Research requests will be filled as soon as possible and will be dependent upon the condition of the recordings.



Subseries A. Presidential Commission on Mental Health

BoxFolder
71[Carter Commission], 1977
72[Presidential Commission on Mental Health "Essential Materials"], 1977
73[Presidential Commission], 1977-1980
74[Carter Related], 1976-1977
75[Presidential Commission], 1976-1979
76[Presidential Commission on Mental Health- Original Community Mental Health Clinic Task Panel Report], circa 1980
77Advisory Council - General Items, 1971-1976
78[Presidential Commission on Mental Health - Mental Health Systems Act], 1978-1980
79Background Materials - Presidential Commission on Mental Health, 1976-1978
710Presidential Commission - News Releases, 1976-1978
711[Presidential Commission on Mental Health - Miscellaneous, 1974-1979
712Preliminary Report, 1977
713Drafts of Preliminary Report, 1977
714Individual Commissioners Overviews, 1977
715-16Presidential Commission, 1976-1978
717My Letters to Rosalynn and Jimmy Carter, 1971-1981
718Carter Commission, 1978
719[Report of the Task Panel on the Nature and Scope of the Problem], 1978
720[Presidential Commission on Mental Health Report Draft], 1977
721[Presidential Commission on Mental Health Meeting Agency], 1977
722[Presidential Commission on Mental Health - News - Reference Articles], 1977-1978
723[Presidential Commission on Mental Health Report Volume 1], 1978
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0007Signing of Mental Health Systems Act - President Carter, Rosalynn Carter, Kennedy, Waxman, 1980 November 7
Extent: 1.0 sound recording



Subseries B. National Mental Health Association

BoxFolder
81[Mental Health Association - Georgia Mixed Correspondence], 1979-1981
82[Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Correspondence], 1972-1974
83Mrs. Long - Mrs. Carter, 1969-1982
84Extra Copies Letters to Rosalynn, 1976-1979
85Correspondence - Governor Carter, 1968-1974
86[National Mental Health Association - Salute to Rosalynn Carter], 1981
87Salute to Rosalynn Carter, 1980
88[National Mental Health Association - Mixed Materials], 1978-1981
89[National Mental Health Association - Meetings], 1981
810Tom Bryant, 1978-1979
811[National Mental Health Association - Mixed Materials], 1979-1980
812[National Mental Health Association Report to the National Advisory Mental Health Council], 1983
813[National Mental Health Association - Prevention Materials], 1980-1986
814Mental Health Association - Florida Division Symposium, 1978-1983
815[Mental Health Association - Mixed Atlanta, Georgia, and National], 1974-1979
816[Mental Health Association - Georgia and National Mixed], 1969-1981
817[National Mental Health Association - Mixed/Loose Materials], 1978-1980
818[National Mental Health Association - Mixed Correspondence], 1979-1986
819[National Mental Health Association - Mixed/Loose Materials], 1980
820[National Mental Health Association - Mixed Materials], 1980
821[Mixed Materials - National Mental Health Association - Georgia], 1978-1981
822Rosalynn, 1978-1979
823Rosalynn's Mental Health Statements, 1979-1980
824[National Mental Health Association - Meetings], 1980
825[National Mental Health Association - Executive Committee Meeting], 1980 October
826[National Mental Health Association - Annual Meeting], 1980 November
827[Mental Health Aspects of Health Planning], 1977
828[National Mental Health Association - Bylaws and Budgets], 1981-1982
829[American Medical Association - National Mental Health Association Brochures], 1961-1963
BoxFolder
91[National Mental Health Association - Mixed Materials], 1976-1980
92-3Research, 1974-1978
94[Mixed Prevention Materials], 1983
95[Community Mental Health Centers As A Threat To Medical Establishment], 1982
96VIP - Letters To and From and Significant Statements, 1976-1984
97[National Mental Health Association - Prevention], 1981-1986
98National Mental Health Association - Planning and Program Development Background Materials, 1982
99[National Mental Health Association - Program Development], 1982
910Discuss With Jack, 1979-1980
911[National Mental Health Association - Mental Health Systems Act], 1980-1981
912Mental Health Association [Notebook], 1979-1980
913[United Way Award], 1979
914[National Mental Health Association - Mixed Correspondence and Materials], 1975-1981
915[National Mental Health Association - Miscellaneous], 1976-1980
916[Program Development Committee and Planning], 1982
917[National Mental Health Association - Committees and Surveys], 1978-1979
918Goals and Planning Committee, 1975-1980
919[Selected Activities of the National Mental Health Association], 1984
920[Mixed - Research/Reference], 1981-1983
921Student Orientation Materials [National Mental Health Association - Legislative Process], 1978-1979
922[Mixed Georgia - National Mental Health Association], 1960-1982
923[Annual Review and Progress Report - Georgia Comprehensive Mental Health Services Plan], 1977
924[A Four Year Plan for Progress in Mental Health], 1975
925[Carter Materials], 1976
926Mental Health Association and Commission, 1976-1977
927[Carter - Mixed Materials], 1976-1977
928[Regional Institute of Social Welfare Research, Inc. Resource Center Holdings], 1977
929[Mental Health and Children], 1977
930[National Association for Mental Health - Carter Commission on Mental Health], 1976
BoxFolder
101[1981 National Planning Committee], 1980-1981
102[Program/ Planning Materials], 1978
103[1982 Planning], 1980-1981
104[Mental Health Association - Colorado], 1979
105Program Development and Coordination Committee, 1980-1981
106[1980 Opinion Survey], 1980
107[1980 Planning Committee], 1980
108[Program Goals and Planning], 1978-1980
109Planning Committee Report 10/9/80, 1980
1010["Core" Mental Health Association Items - Not Prevention], 1972-1982
1011[Annual Meetings - Local/Regional Groups], 1976-1982
1012[Meetings - National Groups], 1978-1981
1013[National Mental Health Association - Meeting/Tributes], 1979-1987
1014[National Mental Health Association - Tributes], 1980-1982
1015[National Mental Health Association Annual Reports], 1980-1983
1016[National Mental Health Association - Newsletters], 1978-1981
1017Promoting Health Preventing Disease: Objectives for the Nation, 1979
1018The General Mills American Family Report, 1979
1019ADAMHA Conference on Prevention - Looking to the Eighties [Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Administration], 1979
1020Institute of Medicine Report of the Board on Mental Health and Behavioral Medicine: Research on Mental Illness and Addictive Disorders: Progress and Prospects, 1984
1021Institute of Medicine Report of a Study: Research on Stress and Human Health, 1981
1022America's Mental Health - National Mental Health Association 1985 Scientific Symposium and Mental Health Assembly, 1985
1023[National Mental Health Association Medal], 1976
BoxFolder
161[Mental Health Association Service Award], 1978
162[National Mental Health Association Newsletters], 1980-81



Subseries C. Carter Center

BoxFolder
1024[Carter Center - Symposium/Task Force], 1985-1992
1025[Carter Center Symposium - Correspondence], 1990-1992
1026[Carter Symposium - Mixed Materials], 1986-1991
1027Carter Symposium, 1990
1028Rosalynn, 1992-1993
1029Atlanta Project, 1993
1030[Carter Symposium - Mixed Materials], 1992-1993
1031Plans for "How Much of Health is Mental Health" Letter to Rosalynn Carter, 1992
1032[Carter Symposium - Miscellaneous], 1977-1992
1033-34Now Is The Tim, 1979-1991
BoxFolder
111Proceedings of the First International Rosalynn Carter Symposium on Mental Health Policy: Stigma and the Mentally Ill, 1985
112Proceedings of the Second International Rosalynn Carter Symposium on Mental Health Policy: Financing Mental Health Services and Research: Current Perspectives, 1986
113Proceedings of the Third Annual Rosalynn Carter Symposium on Mental Health Policy: Commemorating the Tenth Anniversary of the Carter Presidential Commission on Mental Health: Mental Illness in Children and Adolescents: Prevention and Service Delivery, 1987
114Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Rosalynn Carter Symposium on Mental Health Policy: Mental Illness and the Elderly: Double Stigma, Double Jeopardy, 1989
115Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Rosalynn Carter Symposium on Mental Health Policy: "Physical And Mental Health: Closing the Gap", 1991
116[Ninth Annual Carter Symposium], 1993
117[Carter Center Symposium Correspondence], 1991-1992
118Rosalynn, 1991
119[Carter Center - Ad Hoc Prevention Meeting], 1994
1110First Ladies, 1996-2002
1111Carter Center - Pictures, 1993
1112[Carter Symposium - 11th - 1995], 1995
1113[Carter Center - Mixed Materials], 1993
1114The Carter Center: Waging Peace Around the World, 1992-1994
1115TAP - The Atlanta Project, 1977
1116[Carter Center Symposium Programs and Correspondence], 1995-1997
1117[Carter Center - Symposium - 12th], 1994
1118[Carter Center - Symposium - 13th], 1997
1119[Carter Center - Miscellaneous], 1996
1120Mind-Body, 1990-1995
1121[International Women Leaders for Mental Health], 1996-2003
1122[International Women Leaders for Mental Health - Programs], 1996-1997
1123Meeting of International Women Leaders For Mental Health - Mental Health Awareness Kit, 1996
1124[International Women Leaders for Mental Health], 1996
1125[National Mental Health Association - Rosalynn Carter Tribute 1997], 1997
1126[Carter Center - Executive Briefing], 1998
1127[Carter Center - Trip Reports], 1997-1999
1128[Carter Center/Atlanta Mixed Materials], 1996-1998
1129Setting the Stage for the Surgeon General's Report, 1999
1130[International Women Leaders], 1996-2002
1131[Carter Center - Executive Briefing], 2000
1132[Carter Center - Symposium - 19th], 2003
1133[Carter Center Mixed], 2001-2003
1134[Carter Center - Symposium - 21st], 2005
1135[Carter Center - Symposium - 22nd], 2006
1136[Monthly Calendars], 2006-2007
1137[Rosalynn Center - Endowed Chair], 2008
1138[Carter - Endowed Chair - Contract], 1997
1139[Carter Center - Mixed Materials], 2006-2007
1140[Carter Center Symposium], 2006-2008
1141[Carter Center Symposiums], 1998-2001



Subseries D. Institute of Medicine

BoxFolder
121Institute of Medicine - General, 1996-2001
122Health Sciences Section Board Neuroscience and Behavioral Health, 1998 May 19-20
123Institute of Medicine Board on Neuroscience and Behavioral Health GR-104, 1999 June 7-8
124Genetics, Health, and Behavior - Final Report, 1999 November 23
125Institute of Medicine National Academy of Sciences - Workshop on Managed Behavioral Health Care, 1996 April 18
126[Institute of Medicine - Annual Reports], 1988-1992
127[Reducing Risks for Mental Disorders: Frontiers for Preventive Intervention Research], 1994
128[Rhoda and Bernard Sarnat Prize], 1993
129[Committee on Prevention of Mental Disorders], 1993-1994
1210[Reducing Risks Report-Committee Dinner], 1994
1211[Reducing Risks Report Drafts and Notes], 1993
1212-13[Committee on Prevention of Mental Disorders Briefing Book], 1992
1214[Institute of Medicine - General/Loose Correspondence], 1996-1997
1215Institute of Medicine, 2000 December
1216Institute of Medicine - Current - January 2001, 2001
1217Institute of Medicine, 1994-1998
1218[Committee on Prevention of Mental Disorders - Third Meeting], 1992
1219[Report Draft - "Conducting Preventive Interventions for Community Mental Health"], 1992
1220[United States General Accounting Office Report to the Honorable Daniel K. Inouye, U.S. Senate - Mental Health: Prevention of Mental Disorders and Research on Stress-Related Disorders], 1989
1221[National Institute for Mental Health - Institute of Medicine], 1991-1994
1222National Institute for Mental Health Office of Prevention, 1983-1986
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131[Reducing Risks Report - Background Materials], 1994
132Work Group on Evaluating Interventions, 1992 April 28
133[Committee on Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1990-1992
134[Program Abstracts - Prevention Programs for Adults and the Elderly], 1993
135[Committee on Prevention of Mental Disorders Articles/Bibliography], 1992
136[Institute of Medicine Annual Report and Notes], 1988-1991
137Institute of Medicine, 1991
138[Institute of Medicine - Committee on Prevention of Mental Disorders - First Committee Meeting Agenda Book], 1989-1992
139[Committee on Prevention of Mental Disorders - Mixed Materials], 1986, 1992
1310[National Institute for Mental Health Workshop on Conceptual Research Models for Preventing Mental Disorders], 1989-1992
1311[National Institute for Mental Health Workshop on Conceptual Research Models for Preventing Mental Disorders], 1982-1990
1312[Jim Kelly Papers on African- American Leaders], 1992-1993
1313[Jim Kelly Papers on Community Leadership and Schools], 1991-1992
1314[Institute of Medicine - Prevention Miscellaneous], 1990-1992
1315Bob Cook-Deegan, 1990-1991
1316Institute of Medicine - [President's Report], 1989
1317Bob Cook-Deegan, 1991
1318[Committee on Prevention of Mental Disorders - Miscellaneous], 1991
1319A New Emphasis on Prevention: Opportunities and Strengths, 1993
1320[Workgroup on Evaluating Interventions], 1991-1993
1321[Prevention Committee - Mixed Materials], 1993
1322[Institute of Medicine - Board on Neuroscience and Behavioral Health June 10-11, 2002], 2002



Subseries E. CASEL [Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning]

BoxFolder
141Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning - High Priority, 2005
142School Mental Health, 2002-2004
143[Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning - Organization, Planning, Leadership], 2001-2004
144[Educator's Guide to Evidence-Based Social and Emotional Learning Programs], 2001
145Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning - Urgent [United National Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization], 2003
146"Key" Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning Items, 2002-2003
147[Draft Report - Sustaining Social-Emotional Learning Programs: A Study in the Developmental Course of Model/Flagship Social and Emotional Learning Sites], 2004
148Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning Meeting in New York, 2006 February 13-14
149[Future of the Center for Disease Control], 2003
1410David V. McQueen and the Center for Disease Control, 2000-2002
1411-12[Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning - Miscellaneous - Mixed], 1999-2008
1413[Annual Reports], 2002-2004
1414General Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning, 2001
1415[Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning - Miscellaneous - Mixed], 2000-2003
1416Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning - Active Items, 2000-2002
1417[Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning - Mixed], 1999-2000
1418[Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning - Mixed], 1996-1998
1419Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning, 1989-1995
1420[Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning - Miscellaneous - Mixed], 1993-1995
1421Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning Policy and Advocacy Committee Meeting, 1995 May 8-9
1422Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning - Chicago, 2004-2005
1423Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning Trip, 2005
1424National Institute of Drug Abuse, 2003-2004
1425Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning - New York, 2006 February
1426[National Invitational Conference on Building School Success on Social and Emotional Learning], 1999-2000
1427Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning Leadership Team and Working Group Co-Chairs Retreat New York, New York, 1998 November 1-2
1428-29Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning Leadership Team Advance New York, New York, 1999
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151-2The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning Advance Fetzer Institute Kalamazoo, Michigan, 2000 April 29 - May 1
153Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning Leadership Team Advance New York, New York, 2001 January 21-23
154-5Educational Leadership for Social and Emotional Learning Fetzer Institute, 2001 May 3-4
156-7Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning Leadership Team Meeting New York, New York, 2002
158-9Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning Leadership Team Advance Kalamazoo, Michigan, 2003 August 18-20
1510Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning Leadership Team Advance - Chicago, Illinois, 2005 January 10-11
1511[Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning- Miscellaneous], 2005
 

Series III. International Organizations, 1975-2008 (Bulk, 1990-2000)

Extent: 10.0 boxes (9.5 linear feet and 1.5 megabytes)
Scope and Content: Series III. International Organizations contains records related to Long’s work with international advocacy and mental health organizations. The bulk of the series documents Long’s work with the World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH), a nongovernmental organization founded in 1948. Long served as President from 1995 to 1997 and the series contains WFMH correspondence, conference materials, planning and organizational materials, board and meeting minutes, and newsletters. The series also includes materials from the European Regional Council, a member group of the larger WFMH, and materials related to the formation of a North American Regional Council. The series also documents Long’s work with the United Nations Committee on Mental Health and her participation in the 1995 United Nations World Conference on Women held in Beijing, China. Some of the subjects that Long focused on internationally include prevention promotion and mental health global awareness initiatives, issues related to women, and mental health for refugees.
Conditions Governing Access note: This series contains digital files. To access these files, please request the folders you would like through the finding aid using your research account. An archivist will be in contact with you to explain how to access the files. Please note that not all file formats are currently supported by the library for research use.
BoxFolder
1711975 World Federation for Mental Health Copenhagen, 1975
172[World Federation for Mental Health Conference - Materials, Copenhagen], 1975
173Vancouver, 1977
174World Federation for Mental Health - Hilda Robbins, 1983
175[World Federation for Mental Health - First Mental Health Association Day], 1983
176World Federation for Mental Health Meeting on Prevention, 1984
177Prevention Intervention Research Center Hahnemann University Philadelphia, 1983-1986
178[Board Meetings], 1987
1791987 Cairo Conference, 1987
1710[World Federation for Mental Health 1990 Conference Geneva], 1990
1711Mexico, 1991
1712European Regional Council Program - Thessaloniki, 1992
1713[Sydney Meeting], 1992
1714[Australia, New Zealand - News Releases], 1992
1715[World Federation for Mental Health - World Congress - Tokyo], 1993
1716World Federation for Mental Health World Conference, 1987
1717Auckland, 1989
1718Refugee Policy Group, 1990
1719Richard Mollica, 1991-1992
1720[Initiation of- How It All Began], 1988-1990
1721World Federation for Mental Health 1990 Conference Program (Thomas Bornemann), 1989-1990
1722[World Federation for Mental Health European Regional Council, Edith Morgan Correspondence], 1993-1997
1723[World Federation for Mental Health - Miscellaneous], 1998-2000
1724[World Federation for Mental Health - Prevention Project], 1994
1725[World Federation for Mental Health - Correspondence/Memos], 1991-2001
1726[Prevention - Mixed Materials], 1988-2002
1727National Institute for Health - Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Association Legislation, 1992-1993
1728[World Federation for Mental Health - Board of Directors], 1991-1998
1729[World Federation for Mental Health - Meetings], 1991-1992
1730[World Federation for Mental Health Executive Committee], 1991-1992
1731World Federation Onward [Executive Committee], 1990-1991
1732Cancer Institute - Board of Science Counsellors, 1991
1733[World Federation for Mental Health - Mixed Materials], 1993-1996
1734Committee on Mental Health and Human Rights, 1994-1995
1735[Patient's Rights], 1985-1995
1736"Declaration of Luxor", 1989-1995
1737[Biomedical Technology and Human Rights], 1987
1738[Community Health], 1988-1995
1739Collaborating Centers, 1984-1990
1740[Drug Money], 1994
1741Human Rights, 1988-1994
1742World Mental Health Day, 1992
1743[World Federation for Mental Health - Miscellaneous], 1993-1999
1744[World Federation for Mental Health Board of Directors Meeting], 1998
1745[Australian National Association for Mental Health Meeting], 1995-1998
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181London Meeting - December 1988, 1986-1988
182[Auckland Board Meeting], 1989
183Resource Development, 1984-1989
184Women's Issues - Committee, 1989-1990
185[General Notes - World Federation for Mental Health], 1992
186[Regional Council - General Items], 1990-1992
187North America - Membership, 1989-1991
188American Psychological International, 1988-1990
189-10American Psychiatric, 1989-1991
1811National Association of Social Workers, 1989-1990
1812Ortho [The American Orthopsychiatric Association], 1989-1991
1813Canada, 1989-1991
1814Bermuda, 1988-1990
1815August 1991 Update, 1991
1816[Early Registration Information for the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Society for Traumatic Stress Studies - Learning from Survivors: Insights for Prevention, Intervention, and Care - October 27-30], 1989
1817North American Council Meeting, 1990-1991
1818Background Correspondence for Toronto Meeting, 1991
1819North American Council Meeting, 1990 March
1820North American Regional Council - Development of the Council, 1990
1821National Group Membership Representative and Meeting Plan, 1988-1989
1822North American Regional Council - Possible Issues We Could Address, 1989-1990
1823Regional Councils - General Information, 1987-1991
1824[World Federation for Mental Health - North American Reference], 1991-1992
1825[World Federation for Mental Health - North American Regional Council - Mission Statement], 1991
BoxFolder
191Weldon Johnson - Coca-Cola, 1996
192Healthy Communities, 1988-1990
193Beverly Benson Long's Letters, etc., 1990-1991
194[Refugee Materials], 1990-2001
195Meeting, 1991 May 21-22
196[Refugee Mental Health Proposal], 1994
197[Peter van Arsdale Concept Paper], 1993
198[Miscellaneous], 1991-1995
199Refugees, 1995
1910Nations for Mental Health, 1996
1911[World Federation for Mental Health - Miscellaneous], 2002
1912[Non-Governmental Organization Forum on Women - Beijing], 1995
1913Packet of Essential Information, 1995
1914Basic Information - Beijing - Extra Copies, 1995
1915-17[Non-Governmental Organization Forum on Women], 1995
1918Beijing Contracts, 1995
1919[United Nations - Non-Governmental Organization Women's Issues - Reports], 1995
1920[United Nation's Conference One Year Later], 1996
1921Proposal, 1994-1997
1922Proposal - Foundation Responses, 1993-1996
1923Proposal - World Federation for Mental Health - Beverly Benson Long's Suggested Prevention Recommendations, 1995
1924Proposal - Full Proposal, 1995
1925Proposal - Summary Proposals, 1995-1996
1926Prevention Overview, 1988-1994
1927Prevention Overview - John Orley, 1992-1994
1928[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1987-2000
1929Finland Prevention Meeting, 1997
1930[World Federation for Mental Health - Prevention], 1996-1997
1931Dublin Meeting, 1995-1996
1932[National Institute for Mental Health Prevention Meeting], 1998
1933[International Consortium for Prevention - World Federation for Mental Health], 1990-1997
1934World Federation for Mental Health Consortium, 1994-1997
1935International Consortium for Primary Prevention - S. Kellam - Collaboration Center, 1989-1993
1936Individual Responders - Original Plan and Yearly Reports - International Consortium for Primary Prevention, 1991-1996
1937National Institute for Mental Health Prevention Conference, 1996
1938Prevention - Drug Abuse, 1996
1939Programs - Regionals, 1982-1995
1940General Items - The Rich and Poor, 1979-1998
1941Philippine Information, 1997
1942[Global Health Issues], 1995-2005
1943[Mental Health Costs - United States Related], 1994-2000
1944[International Committee for Primary Prevention], 1993
1945World Health Organization, 1996
1946World Health Organization and International Committee for Primary Prevention], 1986-1996
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201World Health Organization - Sartorius, 1989-1990
202[World Health Organization - Correspondence], 1991-1995
203Regional Office - Southeast Asia - Primary Prevention, 1990-1991
204[Guidelines for the Primary Prevention of Mental, Neurological, and Psychological Disorders], undated
205[World Federation for Mental Health - Miscellaneous], 1993-1996
206Collaborating Centers, 1997
207Key Center - Toronto Center, 1997
208Past Presidents, 1993-1997
209Drug Money, 1996-1997
2010Collaboratory Centers and Committees - Marten, 1996-1997
2011[Non-Governmental Organization Committee on Mental Health], 2002-2003
2012[United Nations - Miscellaneous], 1993-1996
2013[United Nations - New York], 1995
2014[Non-Governmental Organization Committee on Mental Health], 1993-1997
2015[Non-Governmental Organization Committee on Mental Health - Conference on Non-Governmental Organizations], 1996-1997
2016Elena Reports - United Nations, etc., 1998
2017[Women], 1984-1998
2018[United Nations - Non-Governmental Organization - World Federation for Mental Health Materials], 1996-1997
2019[United Nations Representatives], 1987-1989
2020United Nations - Stan Nansy, 1996-1997
2021[Women], 1994-1999
2022[Non-Governmental Organization Forum on Women - Beijing - Programs], 1995
2023[United Nations - Non-Governmental Organization Committee on Mental Health], 1997-2002
2024[United Nations Representatives], 1999-2000
2025Benefits of Educating Women, 1995-1996
2026United Nations - United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, 1996
2027United Nations - New York, 1994-1995
2028United Nations Representations - Anie Kalayjian, 1996
2029Nancy Wallace - New York, 1995
2030Other World Summits (Not Women) - Poverty Copenhagen Conference, 1994-1995
2031Other World Summits (Not Women) - Cairo Population World Conference, 1993-1994
2032Human Rights in China, 1995
2033United Nations - General Information, 1995-1996
2034Beijing - General Information, 1995
2035Beijing - Miscellaneous Documents, 1994-1995
2036Beijing - History - United Nations World Conference on Women, 1995
2037Beijing - Platform for Action, 1995
2038United States Follow-Up to Beijing - Clinton, 1995
2039World Federation for Mental Health Beijing Resolution on Women, 1995
2040Non-Governmental Organization - Women's Conference - Accreditations, 1994-1995
2041Beijing - Correspondence and Possible Attendees, 1994-1995
2042World Federation for Mental Health - Background regarding Beijing Project and Beverly Benson Long as Leader, 1994
2043Emily Lee, 1994-1995
2044Women's Health Coalition New York (United Nations) - Henry David, 1995
2045[Women - Miscellaneous], 1994-1995
2046Beijing, 1995
2047[World Bank Figures], 1993-1994
2048[World Mental Health: Problems, Priorities, and Responses in Low-Income Countries] 1/2, 1994
2049[World Mental Health: Problems, Priorities, and Responses in Low-Income Countries] 2/2, 1994
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211[World Mental Health Day - Canada], 1997-1999
212Brody File [World Federation for Mental Health - Eugene Brody - Mixed Materials/Correspondence], 1995-2000
213Brody File [World Federation for Mental Health - Eugene Brody - Mixed Materials/Correspondence], 1983-1999
214[World Federation for Mental Health - 50th Anniversary], 1996-1997
215Gene Brody, 1996
216Dick's Ideas [Richard Hunter], 1995-1997
217[Max Abbott - Planning - Organization World Federation for Mental Health], 1996-1998
218World Federation for Mental Health 50th Anniversary, 1991-1996
2191996 World Federation for Mental Health Conference, 1996
2110[World Federation for Mental Health - Board of Directors/Executive Committee], 1996-1997
2111[World Federation for Mental Health - Executive Committee Meeting], 1996 May 4-6
2112[World Federation for Mental Health - Board Meetings Dublin], 1995
2113[World Federation for Mental Health Board Meetings], 1994-1996
2114Manual [World Federation for Mental Health], 1995
2115[World Federation for Mental Health Manual], 1998
2116[World Federation for Mental Health - Mixed Materials], 1998-1999
2117[World Federation for Mental Health - Mixed], 1988-1997
2118Development of a Long Range Plan for World Federation for Mental Health, 1997
2119[Long Range Plan], 1992-1995
2120[Strategic Planning], 1990-1998
2121Bell's Major Pieces, 1997
2122[World Federation for Mental Health - Program Goals and Planning], 1999-2000
2123[World Federation for Mental Health Survey], 1997
2124Key Input from Individual Board Members, 1996-2002
2125Organization, 1991-1994
2126The Main Thing - Overall Goals, 1995-1997
2127[World Federation for Mental Health - Board of Administration], 1994-1998
2128[World Federation for Mental Health - Organization and Planning], 1997
2129[Bill Phelps], 1998
2130[World Federation for Mental Health - Goals], 1998
2131[World Federation for Mental Health - Planning], 1998
2132[Long Range Planning], 1996
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221Minutes - Chile and Executive Committee, 1996
222[World Federation for Mental Health - Executive Committee], 1995-1997
223Chile - Board Meeting, 1995-1996
224[World Federation for Mental Health Board of Directors - Meetings/Minutes], 1997
225Chile Board Meeting, 1995-1997
226[World Federation for Mental Health Manifesto], 1988
227[World Federation for Mental Health Correspondence], 1996
228World Federation for Mental Health - Presidents by Year (1968-1991) Location of Conferences, 1994
229[World Federation for Mental Health - History], 1993-1994
2210Harvard Medical School - Release of World Mental Health, 1995-1996
2211World Federation for Mental Health - Overview, 1991-1995
2212Preliminary Proposal to Provide Contracted Management Services for the World Federation for Mental Health, 1996
2213[World Mental Health - A Report], 1993-1994
2214[World Mental Health - A Report], 1993-1996
2215Beverly Long - President, 1995
2216[World Federation for Mental Health - Correspondence/Business], 1994-1996
2217[Women's Issues], 1993-1995
2218[World Federation for Mental Health Board of Directors Meeting - Mukari, Japan], 1993
2219[World Federation for Mental Health Assemblies and Meetings] Membership/Executive Meetings, 1992-1993
2220[World Federation for Mental Health - Harvard Medical School Report], 1993-1994
2221Committee on Mental Health and Aging, 1996-1997
2222Committee on Adolescents and Children, 1994-1996
2223Committee on Trauma Victims of the Middle East - Conflict Resolution, 1994-1995
2224Committee on Mental Health Associations, 1992
2225Committee for Refugees and Migrants, 1995
2226Committee for the Combat of Substance Abuse, 1994-1997
2227World Federation for Mental Health, 1997-2003
2228[World Federation for Mental Health - Board Members/Organizational], 1990-1998
2229[World Federation for Mental Health - Miscellaneous], 1995-1997
2230Symposium - From Research to Advocacy: Partners in Mental Health Overcoming Barriers in Collaboration - World Federation for Mental Health Meeting Board of Directors], 1998 March
2231[World Federation for Mental Health - South Africa Meeting], 1994
2232[Third International Conference - Social Development Office - Kuwait], 1999-2000
2233[World Federation for Mental Health - Finland Congress], 1996-1997
2234Finland, 1996-1997
2235Finland, 1996
2236[Finland Congress], 1996
2237[Finland - World Federation for Mental Health Standing Committee], 1996
2238[World Federation for Mental Health- European Regional Council], 1995-1998
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231[World Federation for Mental Health - North American Refugee Committee - Refugees and Immigrants], 1991-1992
232[Refugee and Immigrant Committee Network - World Federation for Mental Health], 1989-1998
233World Federation for Mental Health - Miscellaneous, 1998-1992
234[World Federation for Mental Health - Planning and Goals], 1998-2000
235[World Federation for Mental Health Committees], 2000
236Ahmed's Communications, 1999-2000
237[Taipei Speech], undated
238Taipei/London Meetings, 1998 October
239The Global Behavioral Healthcare Leadership Development Congress - September 7-8, 1996 - Conference Syllabus, 1996
2310Partners for Mental Health: Nations for Mental Health, 1998
2311Clemen's Lament - Consortium Centre for Public Mental Health, 1999
2312World Federation for Mental Health - What Is It?, 1999
2313Very Important Speech Parts, etc., 1996-1997
2314Ten Minute Speech, 1991
2315Drug Conference, 1998-1999
2316[Speeches - World Federation for Mental Health and Others], 1996-1997
2317Society for Community Research and Action Speech, 1996
2318Santiago Minutes, 1999
2319[World Federation for Mental Health Correspondence - Mixed], 1991-2009
2320[World Federation for Mental Health - Board Meeting], 1999
2321European Regional Council's Strategic Plan and Change to Mental Health Europe, 1998
2322Secretariat (Central Unit) Regions - Councils, 1998
2323Infrastructure, 1998
2324Financial Base, 1999
2325Strength Regions, 1999
2326Membership Increase, 1999
2327Optimum Board of Directors, 1999
2328Central Office, 1999
2329Heighten Awareness, 1999
2330World Federation for Mental Health Board Meeting, 2000
2331European Regional Council - World Federation for Mental Health - Together or Apart?, 1998
2332John Copeland Membership, 1997-1998
2333Our Loose Cannon, 1995-1998
2334[World Federation for Mental Health Materials - Mixed], 2000
2335Rachel World Federation for Mental Health Bank, 1998
2336Key Elements Regarding Long Range Planning, 1998
2337[Consortium Centre for Public Mental Health], 1999
2338[Notes Regarding World Health Organization], 2000
2339[New York Trip], 2001
2340[World Health Organization - World Federation for Mental Health - Marten deVries], 2000-2001
2341[Marten deVries - Correspondence], 2001
2342[World Federation for Mental Health - Executive Committee and Board Meetings], 2000-2002
2343World Federation for Mental Health Board Meeting - Vancouver, 2001 July
2344[World Federation for Mental Health Board Meeting - DeVries Correspondence], 2001
2345[Correspondence], 1999-2002
2346[Miscellaneous], 2000
BoxFolder
241[Correspondence], 2000-2002
242[World Federation for Mental Health - Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1998-1999
243Work Notes for Santiago Pro-Prevention Track, 1999
244[World Federation for Mental Health - Executive Committee/Board Mixed Materials], 1998-2000
245[World Federation for Mental Health - Santiago, Chile, World Congress Meeting], 1999
246[Santiago - World Federation for Mental Health Board of Directors Meeting], 1999
247[World Federation for Mental Health Board Correspondence], 1998-2001
248[World Federation for Mental Health - Preston Garrison], 2003-2004
249Long Range Plan - Various Items for Preston, 2000
2410[World Federation for Mental Health - Finances, Organization, Planning], 2000-2003
2411[World Federation for Mental Health - Report to the World Federation for Mental Health], 2000
2412Miscellaneous, 1999 January-February
2413Marten, 1998-1999
2414Board of Directors - Serious Problems Directed to Marten, 1999-2000
2415Debbie's Letter to Executive Committee Plus Results, 1999-2000
2416Pat's Information to me Regarding Marten, 1999
2417My Letter Faxed to Marten and Executive Committee, 2000 June 10
2418Marten's Presentation to Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland, World Health Organization Director General, 1998
2419Ahmed's, 1998-2001
2420[World Federation for Mental Health - Miscellaneous], 1998-2000
2421Mission Goals, 1998-1999
2422Transition Plan, 1999-2000
2423Marten's Consortium Center for Mental Health and Media, 1997-1999
2424Peter McGeorges, 1998-1999
2425Board Meeting - Kuwait, 2000
2426World Federation for Mental Health Regarding Mental Health in World Health Organization, 1998
2427John Copeland Long Range Plan, 2000
2428[World Federation for Mental Health - Business Miscellaneous], 1999-2000
2429[World Federation for Mental Health - Strategic Planning], 2000
2430Mission Goals and Objectives, 1996-1999
2431Mental Health Watch, 2000
2432Promotion and Resilience, circa 1999-2000
2433Promotion!!, 2000
2434Health Expo - Texas, 1999 October 10
2435Aging, 1998-1999
2436Very Miscellaneous, 1991-2003
2437[United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization Meeting], 2000
2438[World Federation for Mental Health - Prevention Project], 1979-1994
BoxFolder
251[Maastricht World Federation for Mental Health Board Meeting], 1998
252[World Federation for Mental Health - Prevention - Mixed Materials], 1999-2007
253[Netherlands], 1997-1998
254[Maastricht, Netherlands], 1995-1998
255[International Correspondence], 1996-1997
256Various General Correspondence, 1996
257Marten, 1997
258[World Federation for Mental Health Executive Meeting], 1995
259[Mental Health Association - Ireland], 1986, 1994
2510Taipei, 1998
2511The World Federation for Mental Health: A Proposal to Establish the Beverly Benson Long Centre for Mental Health Promotion and Prevention at the World Federation for Mental Health - A Concept Design and Proposal, 2004
2512[World Federation for Mental Health - Center for Disease Control Grant], 2002
2513Comments After London City - Good Words and Thoughts, 2002-2004
2514[Mental Policy Project - Draft Documents], 2001
2515[World Federation for Mental Health - Mixed], 2000-2007
2516[World Federation for Mental Health Congress], 2003
2517[International Union for Health Promotion and Education Conference - Melbourne], 2004
2518[World Federation for Mental Health - Board Meetings], 2004
2519[Mental Health and Work Reports], 1998-2001
2520[Work Place/Stress], 1988-2000
2521Corporate World - Committee for Economic Development - Bill Wilkerson's Article, 2000-2004
2522[World Health Organization - Prevention], 2000-2001
2523[World Health Organization - Meeting On Evidence for Prevention and Promotion], 2001
2524Update from Preston - list World Federation for Mental Health, 2005
2525[World Federation for Mental Health - World Mental Health Day], 1999-2004
2526[World Federation for Mental Health - Miscellaneous and Prevention], 2002-2006
2527Nominating Committee, 2005
2528World Federation for Mental Health, 2005 September 3
2529World Federation for Mental Health "To-Do" in Regards to Nominations for the Board of Directors, 2005
2530Complaints in Regards to the World Federation for Mental Health, 2005
2531Beverly Benson Long's Big Complaint in Regards to the Nominations Process, 2005
2532[World Federation for Mental Health - Nominating Committee], 2005
2533Nominating, 1994-2002
2534[More About Nominations], 2005
2535World Federation for Mental Health Nominating Committee Handbook, 2005
2536[Max Abbott], 2000-2001
2537Presentation Materials - Reducing Risks for Mental Disorders: Frontiers for Preventive Intervention Research [Slides], undated
2538[Three Year Calendar and Notebook], 2005-2007
BoxFolder
261[World Federation for Mental Health Programs], 1975-1999
262-4[World Federation for Mental Health Newsletters], 1981-2008
265[World Federation for Mental Health - Refugee Notes Newsletters], 1994-1995
266[World Federation for Mental Health - Miscellaneous Newsletters], 1995-1998
267[World Federation for Mental Health Annual Reports], 1992-2003
268[World Mental Health Day - Reports], 1997-2003
269[World Federation for Mental Health Promotional Materials], 1997-1999
2610Mental Health on the Pacific Rim: Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association - World Federation for Mental Health - Sydney, Australia, 1992
2611Report on Mental Health of Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip (the Occupied Territories) Based on a Fact-Finding Mission to the Occupied Territories in June 1990, 1990
2612Good Practices in Mental Health for the Elderly - Report of the European Conference on Mental Health and Ageing - Antwerp, Belgium, 1993 December 10-11
2613Social Development Office - Psychological, Social, and Educational Effects of the Iraqi Aggression on the Children of Kuwait, 1993
2614World Mental Health Day - Women and Mental Health, 1996
2615World Mental Health Day - Women and Mental Health, 1997
2616World Mental Health Day - Human Rights and Mental Health, 1998
2617World Mental Health Day - Mental Health and Ageing, 1999
2618World Mental Health Day - Mental Health and Work, 2000
2619Mental Health Around the World - Stop Exclusion Dare to Care, 2001
2620World Mental Health Day - "Mental Health and Work", 2001
2621World Mental Health Day- The Effects of Trauma and Violence on Children and Adolescents, 2002
2622World Mental Health Day 2003 - Emotional and Behavioral Disorders of Children and Adolescents - A Global Mental Health Education Program of the World Federation for Mental Health, 2003
2623World Mental Health Day - October 10, 2004 - The Relationship Between Physical and Mental Health: Co-occurring Disorders - World Federation for Mental Health, 2004
2624World Mental Health Day October 10, 2005 - Mental and Physical Health Across the Life Span, 2005
2625World Mental Health Day October 10, 2006 - Building Awareness-Reducing Risk: Mental Illness and Suicide, 2006
2626The World Federation for Mental Health Africa Initiative - Report from the International Experts Forum: Addressing the Mental Health Consequences of HIV/AIDS, 2008
Digital
ER 1World Federation for Mental Health [digital files], 1992-1999
Scope and Contents note: View an inventory of this folder online.
 

Series IV. Prevention and Promotion, 1963-2009 (Bulk, 1970-2005)

Extent: 17.0 boxes (17 linear feet)
Scope and Content: Series IV. Prevention and Promotion documents Long’s work in the field of mental health prevention and promotion and contains materials from numerous state, national, and international organizations that relate to specific prevention and promotions issues, groups, and events. Materials include planning, organizational materials, correspondence, meeting documents, reports, and papers. Some of the major organizations and events represented in the series are: the NMHA Prevention Commission, the National Prevention Coalition, the Society for Prevention Research, the Office of Prevention, the National Institute for Mental Health Prevention Committee, the Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention, and the Biennial Conference Committee, which was charged with planning biennial conferences.
BoxFolder
271[National Mental Health Association - National Policy Materials], 1977-1984
272[Primary Prevention Pamphlet - Drafts], 1982
273[Total Health Problem], 1979-1982
274What to Do, 1971-1980
275[National Prevention - Mixed Materials], 1980-1983
276Health Care System Chaos, 1978-1984
277[Mental Health Resources], 1977
278John F. Kennedy's 1963 Message to Congress, 1963
279[Mental Health Problem - Cost and Facts], 1976-1990
2710[National Mental Health Association - History], 1909
2711Speeches, 1968-1974
2712Very Early Speeches, 1968
2713[Speeches - Prevention], 1978-1985
2714[Mental Health/Health], 1978-1983
2715[Cost of Mental Health], 1972-1979
2716How Much of Health is Mental Health, 1979-1982
2717Behavioral Health Medicine, 1978-1982
2718States Prevention Programs, 1983
2719Office for Substance Abuse Prevention, 1989
2720Senator Inouye, 1984-1989
2721[Presidential Commision on Mental Health - Task Panel on Prevention], 1974-1978
2722[Presidential Commission on Mental Health - Prevention Task Panel - Statements, Reports], 1978
2723[Presidential Commission on Mental Health Services], 1978
2724American Association of Applied and Preventative Psychology (Get's Going), 1992
2725Mental Health Words of Wisdom, 1978
2726[Commission on Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities], 1979
2727North Carolina, 1979
2728[Prevention Project - Alberta], 1980-1985
2729George Albee, 1977-1984
2730Emory Cowen, 1971-1981
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281Mumford - Emily, 1982-1983
282[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1976
283[Prevention Papers/Research], 1974-1985
284American Psychological Association - Dallas Meeting, 1985
285[Mental Health Costs - Mixed Materials], 1963-1992
286Comments on Community Programs [National Association for Mental Health Council Meeting], 1980
287National Institute for Mental Health 1985 Reorganization, 1984-1985
288National Institute for Mental Health Prevention Plans, 1983
289Frank Smith, 1988-1993
2810Philadelphia - Preventive Intervention Research Center, 1983-1984
2811Stress - General, 1977-1981
2812VIPs and Others We Need to Keep Informed, 1983-1986
2813[Prevention and Promotion], 1985-1986
2814The Wholistic Approach to Mental Health Care, undated
2815Quayle, 1983-1989
2816Lisbeth Schorr, 1988
2817Parent Education, 1979
2818Social Environment and Class, 1982
2819[Prevention Papers - Mental Health Association/Georgia/National], 1977-1981
2820[Prevention Papers - Mental Health Association/Georgia], 1967-1975
2821Target Groups, 1978-1982
2822The Promotion of Mental Health - A Forum, 1983 February
2823[National Mental Health Association Meetings], 1980
2824[National Mental Health Association - Funding and Legislature], 1977-1988
2825[National Mental Health Association - Meeting Photo and Badge], undated
2826[Prevention - Administration and Health], 1977-1986
2827Prevention Committee, 1977-1986
2828["Core" Prevention Papers], 1979-1983
2829[Notes and Articles], 1984-1985
2830Focus Articles on Prevention Commission, 1984-1985
2831[Prevention Commission], 1968-1986
2832Anti-Prevention, 1984-1985
2833Massachusetts Saving Lives Program - School-Based Prevention Programs, 1986
2834[Prevention Commission], 1987-1989
2835National Prevention Coalition, 1989-1990
2836[Office of Prevention], 1986-1988
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291Office of Prevention - Clearinghouse School Programs, 1988
292Washington Business Group on Health (Prevention), undated
293Office of Prevention - Prevention Subcommittee, 1989-1990
294Coalition - Historical, 1988
295Hartford Meeting, 1988
296Membership - Coalition, 1987-1990
297Letters of Support for National Prevention Coalition, 1989
298[National Institute for Mental Health - Carnegie-Mellon University - Prevention Conference], 1983 April 28-29
299[Prevention - Reference/Research], 1978-1987
2910Jeffrey Houpt, 1989
2911Biographical Information on Special People, 1978-1979
2912Biographies of Special People - Pat DeLeon, 1987
2913George Albee, 1984-1990
2914Colleen Sam Nunn, 1974-1975
2915[Legislation After Presidential Commission for Mental Health], 1982-1983
2916[Steve Goldston - National Institute for Mental Health], 1977-1985
2917Defund [Office of Prevention], 1983-1985
2918Special Programs for Children of Disturbed Parents, 1983
2919Virginia Conference, 1985-1986
2920Children's Program - National Mental Health Association Annual Meeting, 1986
2921Elderly, 1985
2922[Mental Health and Children], 1969-1986
2923[Prevention- Miscellaneous], 1974-1994
2924Zero to Three Infants, 1981-1985
2925National Institute for Mental Health - "Future Emphases for Research and Development in Children's Mental Health Services", 1977-1978
2926[Reports - Children, Mothers, Mental Health], 1971-1987
2927[Children, Mothers, Mental - Mixed Materials], 1977-1987
2928[Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families - Testimonies], 1987
2929[National Mental Health Association - Invisible Children Project], 1987
2930Children's Mental Health: Problems and Services - Background Paper, 1986
2931Kennedy Library Conference on President and Mental Health Policy, 1983
2932Partnerships in Prevention: Consideration for the Future - September 26, 1985 - Pennsylvania, 1985
2933Entries for Rowland Award, 1983
2934[The Interpersonal Cognitive Problem Solving Program], 1975-1978
2935Proposal and Process [National Mental Health Association], 1982
2936National Program Development and Coordination Committee - Funding Packages, 1982 January 29
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301[National Institute for Mental Health - Prevention - Stephen Goldston], 1979
302[National Institute for Mental Health - Prevention - Committee Meetings, Conferences, Correspondence], 1980-1982
303[Prevention - Mixed Materials], 1981-1984
304Jeffrey Houpt, 1984-1988
305National Institute for Mental Health - Removing the Stigma of Mental Illness, 1981
306[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1975-1982
307[National Mental Health Association Commission on Prevention], 1983-1985
308MacArthur Proposal, 1982-1985
309Statistics, 1984-1985
3010People Interested in International Committee for Primary Prevention, 1992-1993
3011[Center for Disease Control], 1992-1994
3012Hilda and Jack, 1993
3013Beverly Benson Long's Newsletters, 1995-1996
3014[National Prevention Coalition], 1995
3015Fanny-Lim, 1996
3016[Prevention of Mental Disorders: A National Research Agenda Summary Report], 1993
3017[National Institute for Mental Health - Prevention], 1993
3018National Mental Health Association - Getting Started: The National Mental Health Association Guide to Establishing Community-Based Prevention Programs, 1995
3019Houston Now!, 1987-1990
3020Refugees and Immigration, 1990
3021Big Gene's Input to Houston Conference, 1988-1990
3022[Presidential Commission for Mental Health - Prevention], undated
3023Task Forces - Coalition, 1988-1989
3024National Institute for Mental Health - Coalition, 1987
30251989 National Institute for Mental Health and Prevention, 1989
3026[Prevention - School Health Programs], 1987-1988
3027National Prevention Coalition 6th Bi-Annual Meeting - Alexandria, Virginia, 1989 September 13
3028[National Prevention Coalition 7th Bi-Annual Meeting - Alexandria, Virginia], 1990 February 14
3029[National Prevention Council - Position Statement], 1987
3030Letter Regarding Office of Prevention and Jean, 1987
3031National Prevention Network - National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors, 1989
3032National Mental Health Association - Prevention Committee Role and Authority, 1987-1988
3033Letters to Editor, 1989
3034Action Taken - Public, 1988
3035[National Mental Health Association - Prevention Miscellaneous], 1983-1990
3036Newsletter, 1989-1990
3037Lela Rowland, 1988-1989
30387th Biannual - National Prevention Coalition, 1990 February 14
3039Prevention Grant & Budget, 1984
3040Opponents to Prevention And Coalition Concerns, 1988-1989
3041Meeting, 1988 February 23
3042Meeting, 1987 September 17
3043European Regional Council - Josee Edith, 1992
3044Scallett, Leslie, 1991
3045Dick Hunter's List - World Federation for Mental Health - Reception, 1988-1992
3046[World Federation for Mental Health - Thom Bornemann], 1991-1992
3047Pat DeLeon, 1990-1991
3048Charles D. Spielberger, 1990-1991
3049[John Hopkins - World Health Organization - Collaborating Center Meeting], 1988
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311Shep Kellman - Johns Hopkins Center, 1985-1991
312Johns Hopkins, 1982-1991
313Donna Shalala, 1996
314McNeil - Lehrer, 1994
315Pan American Health Organization, 1996
316Hillary Clinton, 1996
317Tripper, 1993-1995
318San Francisco Speech - Global, 1996
319Japan Speech - History of Prevention, 1996
3110Institute of Medicine - Brief Biography, undated
3111Advocacy, 1993
3112The Story, 1997
3113Dublin Speech, 1995
3114[National Conference on Prevention], 1987 May 20
3115[Prevention Speech Notes], 1989
3116From Epilogue of First National Institute for Mental Health Report From Prevention Committee, undated
3117National Mental Health Association Commission Standard Speech, 1986
311810-Minute Speech Madrid - Summary of Status of Prevention, 1997 June
3119American Psychological Association, 1996
3120Society for Community Research and Actions Division 47 American Psychological Association, 1996
3121Clifford Beers Foundation, 1994-1996
3122Center for Disease Control, 1989-1993
3123Center for Disease Control Visit, 1990-1992
3124Corporate Fundraising, 1994-1996
3125Consumers, 1993-1996
3126DNA - Genes, 1989-1994
3127Fact Sheets, 1995-1996
3128Embassy Reception, 1993-1996
3129Roundtable - Haggerty, Mrazek, 1995-1996
3130International Labor Office - Mental Health in the Workplace, 1992-1994
3131Pan American Health Organization Women Leaders, 1996
3132Pan American Health Organization, 1992-1996
3133[Itzhak Levav - World Health Organization - Pan American Health Organization], 1990-1991
3134Mischief, undated
3135Prozac, 1994
3136University of North Carolina, 1994
3137Violence, 1992-1995
3138World Association for Psychological Rehabilitation, 1993
3139World Health Organization Centers in the United States, 1993
3140World Psychiatric Association, 1996
3141World Association for Psychological Rehabilitation, 1996
3142Teleconference, 1994-1997
3143World Federation for Mental Health - World Mental Health Day, 1992-1995
3144[Society for Community Research and Actions - Awards], 1996-1999
3145[American Association of Applied and Preventative Psychology Humanitarian Award], 1992-1996
3146[George Albee - Miscellaneous], 1993-2000
3147Albee Lecture, 1993-1998
3148[International Promotion and Prevention Proposals], 1993-2003
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321Upcoming Meetings - Beverly Benson Long, 1996-1999
322Core Papers, 1979-1996
323World Health Organization, 1985-1989
324[Promotion and Prevention Research/Reference], 1988-1989
325International Committee for Primary Prevention, 1992-1995
326National Prevention Coalition Overarching - Current C.P. (Office of Prevention) Coalition, 1987-1990
327[National Prevention Coalition - National Institute for Mental Health - Mixed], 1987-1991
328[National Prevention Coalition - Newsletters - Prevention Update], 1990-1994
329[Tenth Bi-Annual Meeting - National Prevention Coalition - National Mental Health Association - Alexandria, Virginia], 1991
3210National Prevention Coalition - Current Activity, 1991-1992
3211[National Prevention Coalition - Meetings], 1991-1993
3212[National Prevention Coalition - Ninth Bi-Annual Meeting], 1990
3213Pew Proposal, 1991 March
3214Patt Franciose, 1990-1991
3215Patt and Sandy [National Mental Health Association - Prevention], 1992
3216[National Mental Health Association State Prevention Meeting , Washington, D.C.], 1992
3217[National Prevention Coalition - Mixed Correspondence], 1990-1992
3218[National Mental Health Association Ad-Hoc Committee on Prevention Development], 1991-1992
3219[National Mental health Association - National Prevention Coalition Correspondence and Mixed Materials], 1993-1994
3220Mental Health Association - Prevention - Chicago Meeting, 1992
3221National Mental Health Association, 1991-1994
3222[National Mental Health Association - Prevention Reports], 1993
3223[Prevention and National Mental Health Association], 1991
3224National Mental Health Association - National Prevention Coalition, 1993-1994
3225[National Prevention Coalition], 1994
3226Media Pitch, 1997
3227[Speeches], 1980-1992
3228Prevention in World Federation for Mental Health - History - Auckland Speech, 1989
3229[Prevention - Mixed Correspondence], 1995-1999
3230[DSM-IV Update/Research], 1989
3231[National Prevention Coalition Healthy People Letter], 1989-1990
3232[Names], 1980-1995
3233[National Prevention Coalition - Names/Committee Members], 1994
BoxFolder
331Institute of Medicine Strategy for "Hand Off", 1994
332[Prevention - Mixed], 1990-1994
333[Prevention Research Conference Names], 1990-1993
334[National Prevention Coalition Names], 1987-1992
335[National Mental Health Association Board of Directors], 1990
336National Health Policy Forum, 1992 January
337[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1986-1992
338International Committee for Primary Prevention - Proposal, 1989-1994
339[Building a Constituency Speech], 1992-1994
3310[Prevention - Speeches and Mixed Materials], 1979-1992
3311[Prevention Memo], 1993-1994
3312National Mental Health Association - Chronological History of Prevention Movement Since 1984, 1992
3313[National Mental Health Association - Research Planning], 1978
3314[National Institute for Mental Health], 1991
3315Congress and National Institute for Mental Health Committee, 1992
3316Is Violence and Conduct Disorder?, 1993
3317Linkage, 1992
3318National Civic League, 1993
3319Health - Mental Health Brochure, 1978-1982
3320[School Based Programs], 1990-1992
3321[Prevention Documents], 1989-1991
3322Healthy Cities - National Civic League, 1990-1993
3323Wilder Foundation, 1988
3324[Institute of Medicine - Children's Report], 1989
3325Susie Elson's Party, 1986-1989
3326[Transcript of National Prevention Conference Rockville Maryland], 1990
3327[Secretary's Council on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention], 1991
3328[Children], 1991
3329[Healthy People 2000 Report], 1990
3330[Healthy People Report Materials], 1999
3331Mind-Body, 1987-1988
3332[National Mental Health Association Capital Campaign], 1989
3333Papers for Wayne Holtz Meeting, 1990
3334[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1978-1988
3335[Mental Health Association - Georgia - Tribute to Rosalynn Carter], 1998
3336[An Overview of the Prevention Efforts in the United States Government], 1990
3337[National Prevention Coalition], 1986-1990
3338[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1982-1991
3339[Overarching Items for Reis Report], 1990-1991
3340[Reis Report], 1989-1992
3341Mental Health and Primary Health Care, 1992
3342[Prevention - Core], 1980-1990
3343[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1986-1992
3344Daryl - Preventive Intervention Research Center Cut, 1990-1991
3345National Mental Health Association, 1986
3346[Prevention - Reports], 1987-1990
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341Overarching, 1978-1991
342My Overarching Letter - Role of Congress, etc., 1991
343[Prevention and Health - Planning], 1975-1985
344[Background Papers], 1989-1993
345[Senator Daniel Inouye Correspondence], 1992
346[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1975-1992
347Overview Materials, 1986-1992
348Resource Materials - Prevention, 1987-1993
349[Prevention Miscellaneous], 1987-1995
3410Prevention Workgroup on the Function and Structure of Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, 1987
3411Affective Disorders Schizophrenia, 1985-1987
3412Promotion Forum, 1983 February
3413Rowland Award, 1982
3414[Prevention Articles], 1990-1996
3415[Faxes - Mrs. Tipper Gore], 1993-1994
3416[Tom Wolff's Project], 1986-1987
3417[Education and Training Programs], 1986
3418[National Institute for Mental Health Ad Hoc Prevention Research Committee], 1994
3419[Mental Health Association of Georgia Luncheon], 1993
3420[Fax to Bob Haggerty Regarding World Health Organization and Institute of Medicine], 1996
3421[World Health Organization Programmes and Letters], 1995-1996
3422[Prevention - Research and Correspondence], 1996-1997
3423Prevention and Managed Care, 1995-1996
3424Life Stages and Life Tasks, 1994-1996
3425[Prevention Articles, Remarks, and Committees], 1994-1996
3426[Back to Basics - George Albee Materials], 1995-1996
3427[Prevention Project], 1995-1996
3428[Healthcare Reform Task Force - Prevention], 1993
3429[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1993-1994
3430[Prevention - International Organizations], 1995-1998
3431[National Mental Health Association - Commission on the Prevention of Mental-Emotional Disabilities Report], 1986
3432[Prevention Research Steering Committee - Hot Topics], 1991
3433Prevention Conference, 1988-1989
3434National Institute for Mental Health Judd Meeting Conference, 1989
3435[Prevention Research Steering Committee Report], 1992
3436National Conference on Prevention Research, 1993 April 14-16
3437The Mental Health Association and Prevention: A History, 1989
3438[Center for Mental Health Services - Prevention], 1993
3439[Prevention Unlimited], 1991-1993
3440United States Preventive Services Task Force Meeting, 1986 October 21-22
3441[Tipper Letter and Open Letter Pat DeLeon], 1994
3442[World Federation for Mental Health - Mental Health for All By the Year 2000], 1988-1989
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351[Definitions of Prevention], 1991-1993
352Overall General Considerations [World Federation for Mental Health], 1986-1988
353World Federation for Mental Health Manifesto ICPPWHI [Acronym], 1985-1988
354[World Federation for Mental Health Prevention/Manifesto], 1988
355Partnership for Prevention, 1994-1998
356Tony Earles, circa 1995
357[Inouye - Prevention], 1990
358[Prevention - John's Hopkins University - Sheppard Kellam], 1994-1996
359Memo of Agreement With Kellam, 1992-1996
3510[National Mental Health Association - Prevention], 1986
3511[Fourth Annual National Conference of Prevention Research in Mental Health], 1994 November 10-11
3512[Beverly Long - Photographs - National Meetings], circa 1980's
3513[General Accounting Office], 1988-1991
3514Alan Leshner - Talk and Slides, 1990-1991
3515Inouye to Judd - Institute of Medicine, 1989-1993
3516Year 2000, 1990
3517Year 2000 (Mental Health Association), 1988-1990
3518Mental Health in Schools - Chicago Meeting, 1991 October 10-11
3519Diesenhaus, 1990
3520Bennett, William, 1990
3521[Reducing the Drug Demand], 1989-1990
3522Birkel, Rich - Sandra, 1988-1989
3523National Mental Health Association Year 2000 Goals, 1987-1988
3524[Year 2000 - Goals - Draft], 1987
3525Year 2000 National Mental Health Association - Mixed Materials], 1988
3526Steve Goldston's Testimony, 1988
3527[Year 2000 - Birmingham - My Presentation], 1987-1988
3528Health and Human Services - Secretary's Council on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, 1988-1989
3529Beverly Benson Long's Letter to Ramos and National Institute for Mental Health's Five Papers, 1989
3530[Virginia Mental Health Promotion Conference - Mental Health Our Common Wealth], 1986 May
3531[Virginia Mental Helath Promotion Conference Speech Recording], 1986
3532Vermont Conference on Primary Prevention and Psychopathology], 1983-1985
3533Surgeon General's Self Help Workshop - Los Angeles, California, 1987
3534Portraying Mentally Ill People in Films and Television Shows - March 31 - April 1, 1984 - Encino, California, 1984
3535-36[Vermont Conference on the Primary Prevention of Psychopathology], 1984
3537Children, 1985-1986
3538[National Mental Health Association Commission on Prevention - Funding], 1984
3539[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1982-1983
3540[Toward a New Public Policy of Mental Health - MacArthur Foundation Grant Application], 1980
3541[Healthy People 2000 - Children's Mental Health Objective], 1990
3542[First Annual Indiana Prevention Conference], 1988
3543[John's Hopkins University - Prevention Research Reports], 1989-1994
3544John's Hopkins University - Prevention Research Center - Ten Selected Papers and Bibliography, 1993 September
3545[Workshop on a Scientific Structure for the Emerging Field of Prevention Research], 1994
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361[Preparation for Article in Society for Community Research and Actions], 1994
362[Institute for Mental Health Initiatives], 1991
363[The Stone Center], 1981-1989
364Pat Hastings, 1992-1995
365[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1991-1998
366National Institute for Mental Health Director, 1995
367[National Mental Health Association - Pew Proposal], 1991
368Pew Package - Sandy's Ideas, 1990
369[Task Panel on Prevention - Presidential Commission on Mental Health/National Institute for Mental Health], undated
3610[Mixed Prevention Materials], 1982-1988
3611[Reorganization of the Office of Prevention - National Institute for Mental Health], 1981-1983
3612First Meeting - February 18, 1987 [National Mental Health Association - Prevention], 1987
3613National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, 1989
3614Preventative Intervention Research Centers (as of Fall 1989), 1989
3615Prevention Research Branch Grant Portfolio [Visit of Prevention Committee to National Institute for Mental Health], 1987
3616[Summary on the State of Prevention and National Prevention Coalition], 1990
3617[Prevention Leadership Forum Conference], 1990
3618Cost and Extent of the Problem, 1978-1991
3619[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1983-1994
3620[Stone Center], 1996-1999
3621[National Mental Health Association - Miscellaneous], 1996-1999
3622[Mental Health Association - Georgia], 1990-1997
3623Mental Health Association - Georgia - Sarnat Prize, 1995
3624Georgia Mental Health Association, 1991-1996
3625Mike Faenza, 1996-1997
3626Cynthia Wainscott, 1996
3627[General Accounting Office - Mental Health: Prevention of Mental Disorders and Research on Stress-Related Diseases], 1989
3628[Prevention - National Mental Health Association], 1988
3629[Institute of Medicine - Committee on Prevention], 1992-1994
3630[Tobacco], 1999
3631[Social Development Research Group], 1999
3632To Do, 1996-1999
3633[Prevention - Papers, Reports], 1986-1990
3634[Good Words], 1999
3635[Miscellaneous Notes], 1998-2000
3636[Healthy People Year 2000], 1990-1999
3637[Clifford Beers Foundation and Prevention Conference Materials], 1996-1998
3638[Promotion and Prevention Miscellaneous], 1997-2001
3639[Proposal for Funding], 2000-2002
3640[World Federation for Mental Health - Prevention Project], 1990-1997
3641Norman Sartorius - Correspondence, 1993-1996
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371[Correspondence - Prevention Biennial Conference], 1996-1999
372[First Biennial Conference], 1997
373[First Biennial Conference - Correspondence], 1998
374[First Biennial Prevention Conference - Proposal and Correspondence], 1997
375The Clifford Beers Foundation - The Eighth Annual European Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health - Birmingham, 1998 September
376[World Federation for Mental Health Correspondence], 1993-1996
377[Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention - Correspondence and Planning], 1995-2006
378[New Zealand - Promotion and Prevention Biennial], 2003
379Cape Town, South Africa - Mental Health and HIV/AIDs Conference, 2003
3710[Maastricht Presentation/Draft Of Strategic Vision Statement], 1998
3711Organizational Models, 1993
3712My Real Friends [Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention], 2005-2006
3713[International Committee for Primary Prevention - Max Abbott Correspondence], 1988-1996
3714Mark Safran's Mental Health Group, 2000-2001
3715Pat Mrazek, 1993-1999
3716Bernie Arons, 1994
3717L. Patt Francios, 1987-1995
3718Thomas Bornemann, 1994-2003
3719Greg F., 2003-2004
3720H. Herrman, 2003
3721Shep, undated
3722Clemens Hosman, 2001-2003
3723Current Clemens, 2003
3724Hosman, 2000-2003
3725Preston Garrison, 2002-2003
3726Conference Money, 2001-2002
3727Stan Flache, 1994-1997
3728Marleen Wong, 2003
3729John Gates, 1994-1999
3730Pablo Farias and Chiapas, 1992-1994
3731Tipper, 1994
3732John Gates, 1995-1996
3733Jim Harrell, 1992
3734Eisenberg, 1979-1992
3735Eli Tilly - Andy Weber, 1996
3736[Suicide Prevention], 1999-2006
3737[Prevention - Mixed Subjects], 1999-2000
3738[Malawi], 1998
3739Wild Stuff, 1999-2000
3740[Prevention - Mixed], 1986-1999
3741[International Union for Health Promotion and Education], 2002
3742[Consumer Matters], 1997-2004
3743Pino Pini - Consumer Evaluation of Satisfaction, 1996
3744[Drug Money - Consumers], 1996
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381Consumer Matters, 1997 September 30
382[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1994-2005
383[Mental Health America], 1996-2008
384Tom Insel, 2000-2003
385American Public Health Association, 1998-1999
386[National Mental Health Association Strategic Plan], 1998
387[National Mental Health Association - Prevention], 1995-1996
388[Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning], 2004-2005
389Coalition on Consultation, Education and Prevention - Then and Now, 1989-1995
3810[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1995-1998
3811[World Health Organization - Mental Health Dimension in Health Promotion Project Editorial Group], 2003
3812[Prevention - Background Papers], 1993-2005
3813Nervous System Disorders in Developing Countries, undated
3814[Prevention, Treatment, Maintenance Charts], undated
3815[Organizing Mental Health Associations], 1992
3816The World Health Organization's Mental Health Global Action Programme, 2001
3817Overview of Carter Center Mental Health Program, 2002
3818[Prevention - Planning], 1997
3819[The Promotion of Mental Health and the Prevention of Mental and Behavioral Disorders: Surely the Time is Right], 1998
3820[Promotion and Prevention Biennial Conference/Organizations], 1996-2005
3821Society for Community Research and Actions, 1993-2001
3822[Society for Prevention Research Papers], 2003-2005
3823Basic Society for Prevention Research Information, 2001
3824Society for Prevention Research "Conflict of Interest", 2001
3825Society for Prevention Research - Mixed Materials, 1997-2004
3826New Orleans Society for Prevention Research June 23-26, 1999
3827[Early History of Society for Prevention Research], 1997
3828[Society for Prevention Research - Organizational], 2000-2001
3829[Society for Prevention Research - Mixed Correspondence], 1996-1999
3830[Society for Prevention Research Baltimore Meeting], 1997
3831[Society for Prevention Research Meeting - Montreal], 2000
3832[International Classification of Preventive Trials Meeting - Washington], 1998
3833[Society for Prevention Research - Correspondence and Research], 1996-1998
3834[Society for Prevention Research - Marketing and Form Letters], 2000
3835[Society for Prevention Research - Nominating Items], 2000
3836[Society for Prevention Research - Board Meeting St. Michael's], 2001
3837[Society for Prevention Research - Miscellaneous], 2001
3838Fred Goodman, 1990-1994
3839[Society for Prevention Research - Board of Directors], 2001-2001
3840Early History - Society for Prevention Research, 1997
3841[Society for Prevention Research - Mixed Materials], 1998-2006
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391[World Federation for Mental Health - Promotion and Prevention Materials], 1986-2003
392[Beverly Long - Rosalynn Carter Correspondence], 2007
393[Beverly Benson Long - Photographs], 1995-1998
394[Rosalynn Carter Correspondence], 2005-2006
395[Prevention - Miscellaneous], circa 2006-2007
396[Prevention Conference Plenaries], 2000
397[Oslo], 2006
398[Planning Notes - World Federation for Mental Health Development], 1995-2006
399Harvey Whitford, 1996-2000
3910Institute of Medicine - Global Health, 1999-2006
3911[Conferences], 2003-2006
3912Raise Money - Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention, 2003-2006
3913[Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention Status of Promotion and Prevention], 1999-2006
3914[Unmet Needs in Diagnosis and Treatment of Mood Disorders in Children and Adolescents], 2000
3915Strategic Plan [Consortium to Advance Promotion and Prevention], 2002-2004
3916[Third Biennial Conference - New Zealand], 2004
3917[Big Blunder - New Zealand], 2004
3918Second Biennial Conference - London, 2002
3919[Promotion and Prevention London Conference], 2002
3920[Prevention - Loose], 2002-2004
3921[Second Biennial Promotional Drafts], 2002
3922[World Federation for Mental Health - Prevention Consortium], 1997-2002
3923Brundtland [Atlanta Biennial Conference], 2000-2002
3924["Dear Friends and Colleagues" Letters], 1997-2000
3925[Promotion and Prevention Consortium Conference Correspondence], 2000-2002
3926Kofi Annan, 2002
3927[Promotion and Prevention Biennials], 2005-2007
392818th Annual National Prevention Network Prevention Research Conference - Prevention Science: Avenues to Healthier Communities Registration Brochure, 2005
3929Mental Health Group Center for Disease Control, 2005
3930[Center for Disease Control Materials], 2005
3931[Center for Disease Control - First Promotion and Prevention Conference], 2000
3932Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Apparent) Big Bang, 2005
3933[Promotion and Prevention - Planning], 2003-2004
3934[New Zealand Promotion and Prevention Meeting Correspondence], 2003-2004
3935[Future of Promotion and Prevention], 2003
3936[Prevention - Institute of Medicine], 2001
3937[Institute of Medicine - Prevention], 2001
3938[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1994-2002
3939[National Institute for Mental Health - Mexico], 1992
3940[Promotion and Prevention Miscellaneous], 2004-2006
3941[Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention], 2003-2005
3942[Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention - Dublin Meeting], 2005
3943[Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention - Early Organizational Materials], 2003-2004
3944The Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention in Mental Health - Dublin Castle, 2005 April 19
3945[Prevention - Mixed Correspondence], 2005-2009
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401[Inaugural World Conference: Promotion of Mental Health and Promotion of Behavioral Disorders], 2000
402[Prevention and Biennial Conference Materials], 2000-2004
403Promotion and Prevention Money, 2000-2002
404Promotion and Prevention Budget, 2002
405"The" Contract, 2002
406Biennial Conference Committee - Proposals, 2002-2004
407Proposal to Center for Disease Control 2002 for London Conference, 2002
408Tynan Perschbacher, 2003
409Conference Grant Proposals, 2003
4010Nancy Davis, 2003
4011Biennial Conference Committee - Federal Funding Grant Application, 2004
4012[Biennial Conference Committee - Conference Planning], 2000-2001
4013Drafts of My "Serious" Letter, 2006
4014[World Federation for Mental Health - Mixed Promotion Materials], 1996-2005
4015Review of 1994 Prevention - Mary Ellen O'Connell, 2007
4016New Institute of Medicine Promotion and Prevention Committee, 2007
4017[New Prevention Committee], 2007
4018[Institute of Medicine - Prevention], 2007
4019-20Mind the Body, 2004-2006
4021[Carol Koplan], 1998-2005
4022[Prevention Conference Funding Proposals], 2000-2004
4023[National Institute of Mental Health Proposal - Karen Babich], 2004
4024Center for Mental Health Services 2004-2005, 2003
4025The Brundtland and Koplan Letter, 2001
4026To Meet With Bill Foege January 24, 1999-2001
4027[Promotion and Prevention Consortium - Correspondence], 2001-2002
40282003 Presidential Commission on Mental Health, 2001-2003
4029Pat Mrazek, 2002
4030[Mixed Coalition for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention/Biennial Conference Committee Materials], 2004-2006
4031Basic Reasons Why Promotion and Prevention/Medicine (Public Health) is Needed, 1993-2001
4032[Prevention - Mixed], 2002-2005
4033[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 1994-2005
4034[Basic Statistics], 2004-2005
4035[Bedrock Papers - Prevention], 2002-2004
4036[Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention], 2007-2009
4037[Prevention Notes and Correspondence], 2002
4038My "Forward" Plus Big Picture, 2002
4039[Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention - Biennial Conference Planning], 2004-2006
4040[Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention - Problems], 2003-2006
4041Narrowing of Input in the Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention], 2004
4042[Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention Correspondence], 1980-2006
4043[Biennial Conferences], 1998-2004
4044[Biennial Conference Committee/Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention], 2004-2006
4045[Biennial Conference Committee - Core Group Papers], 2006
4046[Biennial Conference Committee/Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention - Planning], 2003-2007
4047[Notes, "Wisdom Words"], 2005
4048Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention Five Themes, 1980
4049Promotion and Prevention Training, 2002-2003
4050[Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention], 2005
4051[Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention Accountability], 2005
4052[International Alliance for Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Schools], 2006
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411[Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention Biennial Conference Committee Planning], 2005-2006
412[Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention - Executive Meetings and Conference Calls], 2005-2006
413Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention in Mental Health - Executive Committee Meeting, 2005 February 18-19
414[Awards/Recognition], 1998-2000
415[Carter Center - Mental Health Program], 2001
416[Biennial Conference Committee - Prevention Mixed], 2001-2006
417[Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning], 2000-2006
418[Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention - Speaker Biographies], 2007
419[World Health Organization - Mental Health Global Action Programme], 2001
4110[National Institute for Mental Health - New Directions in Reducing Social Disparities in Mental Health and Mental Disorders], 2001
4111[Fourth World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health and Prevention of Mental and Behavioral Disorders], 2006
4112[Jeff Koplan - Center for Disease Control], 2001-2002
4113[Remarks - New Zealand 2004 and Melbourne 2003], 2003-2005
4114[Biennial Conference Planning - New Zealand], 2003-2005
4115[New Zealand Conference], 2003-2004
4116[Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention - Conference Call Minutes - Conference Planning], 2003-2004
4117[Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention - Minutes], 2002-2003
4118[Biennial Conference Committee/Global Consortium for the Advancement of Promotion and Prevention Notes], 2005
4119[New Zealand Program Committee], 2003-2004
4120[Prevention Conferences - Emory/Carter Center], 2006-2007
4121[Rollins School of Public Health - Active Staff], 2007
4122[Biennial Conference Opening Remarks], 2006
4123[State Government and Promotion and Prevention], 2006
4124[Prevention - Mixed Materials], 2006
4125[Proposition 63 - Dick Van Horn], 2006
4126Dick Van Horn's California 150 Million Challenge, 2006
4127World Federation for Mental Health - Center for Mental Health Services, 2001-2002
4128[Center for Disease Control - Grant for Conference], 2000
4129Center for Disease Control - Atlanta Grant - Follow-Up Reports, 2001-2002
4130Inaugural World Conference - December 5-8, 2000 - The Promotion of Mental Health And Prevention of Mental and Behavioral Disorders, 2000
4131World Consortium for the Promotion of Mental Health and Prevention Of Mental and Behavioral Disorders, 2003 April 28-29
4132[Prevention - Miscellaneous], 2002-2005
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421[Institute of Medicine Meeting Agenda], 2002
422The Original Promotion and Prevention Concept Paper, 2000
423[John Copeland], 2002
424John Orley, 2002
425[Prevention - History], 1990-2000
4262000 Program Summary, 1998-2000
427London, 2000-2001
428[Consortium Alliance], 2002
429Barbara Disley - Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand, 1995
4210Promotion and Prevention Conference Calls and Other Minutes, 2001-2002
4211[Prevention Conference/Miscellaneous], 2001-2003
4212[Georgia - Newsletters/Brochures], 1997-1999
4213[Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration Newsletters], 1988-1992
4214[Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Newsletters], 1993-1997
4215[National Mental Health Association Prevention Update], 1996-1997
4216-17[National Mental Health Association Newsletters - The Bell], 1989-2003
4218Developing Partnerships: Science, Policy and Programs Across Cultures to Promote Mental Health and Prevent Behavioral Disorders - Proceedings of the Second World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health and Prevention of Mental and Behavioral Disorder, 2002
4219[Conferences], 1964, 1970
4220Summary Proceedings Tripartite Conference on Prevention September 28-October 1, 1976, 1977
4221Private Sector Initiatives to Promote Mental Health - The General Mills American Family Forum - Washington, D.C., 1980 May 13
4222First Annual Indiana Prevention Conference on Alcohol and Other Drugs - Conference Proceedings - June 27-28, 1988 - Nashville, Indiana, 1988
4223The Prevention of Mental Disorders Progress, Problems, and Prospects - Preliminary Report of the National Conference on Prevention Research - National Institute of Mental Health, 1991
4224Conference Proceedings - America's Children Under Stress: Understanding and Preventing the Consequences - May 23, 1991 - Washington, D.C., 1991
4225Empowering Caregivers: A Prevention Special Topic Forum - Proceedings Summary, 1994
4226Hope for a Brighter World - Meeting of the International Committee of Women Leaders for Mental Health, 1997
4227Paul Baerwald School of Social Work - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Prevention in Mental Health - Presentations at the Opening Conference of the Program to Promote Prevention in the Field of Mental Health, 1999
4228[Clifford Beers Health Conferences], 1999-2000
4229Toward a Strategy for Worldwide Action to Promote Mental Health and Prevent Mental and Behavioral Disorders - Inaugural World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health and Prevention of Mental Disorders, 2002
4230[Conference Brochures], 1998-2004
4231Distress in the City: A Summary Report of the Boston Mental Health Survey 1960-1962 by William Ryan, circa 1964
4232Issues in Community Psychology and Preventative Mental Health, 1971
4233Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration Prevention Policy and Programs, 1979-1982
4234Promoting Health, Preventing Disease - Objectives for the Nation, 1980
4235Behavioral Sciences Research in Mental Health: An Assessment of the State of the Science and Recommendations for Research Directions, 193
4236National Institute of Mental Health - A Guide to Evaluating Prevention Programs in Mental Health, 1985
4237The Prevention of Mental-Emotional Disabilities, 1986
4238State of California - Concepts of Primary Prevention: A Framework for Program Development - Department of Mental Health, 1987
4239General Accounting Office - Report to the Honorable Daniel K. Inouye, U.S. Senate - Mental Health: Prevention of Mental Disorders and Research on Stress Related Disorders, 1989
4240National Institute of Mental Health - The Neuroscience of Mental Health, 1984
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431The Prevention of Mental Disorders: A National Research Agenda and Executive Summary, 1993
432Prevention in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: The Reduction of Risk for Mental Disorders - A Project of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 1990
433International Institute for Psycho-Social and Socio-Ecological Research Report, 1991-1992
434Paying for Preventative Care: Moving Debate Forward, 1990
435State Healthcare Reform: A Consumer, Family, and Advocate Perspective - National Mental Health Association, 1999
436[National Mental Health Association - Managed Care and Mental Health Reports], 1999-2000
437Bridging Science and Service - A Report by the National Advisory Mental Health Council's Clinical Treatment and Services Research Workgroup - National Institute of Mental Health, 1999
438[National Institute for Mental Health - Prevention Reports], 1996, 1998
439[Surgeon General - Reports], 1999, 2001
4310Measuring Healthy Days - Population Assessment of Health-Related Quality of Life, 2000
4311Preventing Mental Health and Substance Abuse Problems in Managed Health Care Settings - National Mental Health Association, 1998
4312New Perspectives on Mental Healthcare in America: Exploring Windows of Opportunity, 1992
4313Promotion and Prevention in Mental Health: Strengthening Parenting and Enhancing Child Resilience, 2007
4314[Virginia - State Prevention Plans], 1988, 1992
4315The Mental Health Program In the XL Meeting of the Directing Council, 1997 September
4316Prevention and Promotion in Mental Health, 2002
4317A Travel Guide for People on Journeys Towards Equality Respect and Rights for People Who Experience Mental Illness, undated
4318[Australia - Mental Health Reports], 1996
4319[New Zealand - Mental Health Reports], 1997
4320[Victoria Health Promotion Foundation - Reports], 2004-2005
4321[Annual Reports - National Mental Health Association and Hogg Foundation], 1995-2000
4322[Miscellaneous Newsletters and Brochures], 1990-2000
4323Society for Prevention Research Fifth Annual Meeting - May 5-9, 1997 - Baltimore, Maryland - General Program and Abstracts, 1997
4324Society for Prevention Research Sixth Annual Meeting - June 4-7, 1998 - Park City, Utah - Advances and Challenges in Prevention Science for the Twenty-First Century, 1998
4325Society for Prevention Research Seventh Annual Meeting - June 24-26, 1999 - New Orleans, Louisiana, 1999
4326Society for Prevention Research - Bridging Disciplines, Building Paradigms, and Crossing Borders in Prevention Science - Eighth Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, 2000 June 1-3
4327Society for Prevention Research - Ninth Annual Meeting - Realizing Effective Prevention Policy and Practice Through Science - Washington, D.C., 2001 May 31-June 2
4328Society for Prevention Research - Tenth Annual Meeting - Effectiveness and Dissemination in Prevention Research - Seattle, Washington - May 30-June 1, 2002, 2002
4329Society for Prevention Research - Eleventh Annual Meeting - Research to Policy - Washington, D.C., 2003 June 12-14
4330Society for Prevention Research - Twelfth Annual Meeting - Crossing Borders: Linking Prevention Science, Policy and Practice - Quebec City, Quebec, 2004 May 26-28
4331Society for Prevention Research - Thirteenth Annual Meeting - Prevention Science to Public Health: Promoting Well-Being in the Population - Washington, D.C., 2005 May 25-27
 

Series V. Personal, 1940-2008

Extent: 1.0 box (1 linear feet and 13 audiovisual items)
Scope and Content: Series V. Personal is organized in three subseries: A. Speeches, B. Ego, and C. Personal Materials. Speeches includes research notes and transcripts that Long separated and labeled as speeches. Long separated other materials and labeled them “Ego,” a presumed reference to materials related to her career, professional awards, and good publicity. Personal Materials includes items Long marked “personal” as well as miscellaneous records unrelated to her organizational work, including early school records and professional correspondence.
Conditions Governing Access note: Reference copies of the audiovisual recordings are available upon request. Research requests will be filled as soon as possible and will be dependent upon the condition of the recordings.
Subseries A. Speeches
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441Speeches - Mine, 1984-1998
442[Coates Committee and Report], 1997
443American Psychological Association - Rosalynn Carter Interview 1985, 1985
444Paper for Marc Kessler Regarding George Albee, 1990
445[National Institute for Mental Health and Others], 1978-1986
446[National Association for Mental Health - Inaugural Address as President - Denver], 1979
447Constituency Building, 1991-1992
448[Speeches], 1978-1986
449[Vermont Speech], undated
4410[Speeches], circa 1995-1996
4411[Speech for Vermont Conference on the Primary Prevention of Psychopathology - The View from the Top], 1979-1984
4412My View from the Top Speech Vermont Conference on the Primary Prevention of Psychopathology, 1984
4413Brighton, 1985
4414[Mixed Speeches], 1979
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0001The Role of Volunteer and Civic Leaders in Promoting Mental Health Within Their Communities - Long, undated
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0002Advocacy and the Political Process - Stambaugh and Long, undated
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0003Beverly Benson Long's Speech to CONCEP, 1988 July 27
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
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44Subseries B. "Ego" Materials
Holtzman - Miscellaneous, 1992
["EGO" Materials - Miscellaneous], 1979-1986
[Presidential Commission for Mental Health - EGO Items], 1978
Bev's Ego, 1988-1995
Florence Young, 1989
[Photograph with Jimmy Carter - State Swearing-In Ceremony], undated
[National Mental Health Association - Awards Presentation Photograph], undated
Items for Ego Boosting, 1988-1993
44Subseries C. Personal Materials
Dr. Hollister [Emory University Hospital], 1956
Curriculum Vitas (old) Beverly Benson Long Personal, 1941-1961
[Help Our Public Education (HOPE) Materials], 1944-1961
[Help Our Public Education (HOPE)], 1993, 1999
[Seminars], 1974-1987
[Benson Charitable Trust], 1978-2002
National Mental Health Association Prevention Endowment Fund - W. Howard Benson Foundation, 1981-1988
National Mental Health Association and the Restricted Funds, 1993
[Journal], circa 1971-1972
[Headshots/Photos], undated
[Personal Items], 1971-2003
Committee Recognition and Awards, 1993-1998
[World Federation for Mental Health - Global Consortium for the Promotion and Prevention of Mental Health Award], 2006
[Emory - Honorary Degree], 2007
[Rollins School of Public Health - Emory], 2002-2008
item
UC RBRL397-CS_00042-26-76 #1, 1976 February 26
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_00052-26-76 #2, 1976 February 26
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0008My Side of Conversation with Richard Harden Regarding Miller, 1974 April 5
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
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UC RBRL397-CS_0009Recorded 9/19/75 Tape #1, 1975 September 19
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
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UC RBRL397-CS_0010Recorded 9/19/1975 Tape #2, 1975 September 19
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0013August 22, 1975 Roll #1, 1975 August 22
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_0014August 22, 1975 Roll #2, 1975 August 22
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
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UC RBRL397-CS_0022Beverly Benson Long and Tom Bryant #1, 1979 January 25
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
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UC RBRL397-CS_0023Beverly Benson Long and Tom Bryant #2, 1979 January 25
Extent: 1.0 sound recording
item
UC RBRL397-CS_00249/23/1976, 1976 September 23
Extent: 1.0 sound recording