Mental health

Mental Health resources …

for the BIPOC Community

Mental health used to be a taboo subject but has received renewed focus over the last several years. In the United States, around 18% of adults — or about 60 million people — meet the criteria for a mental illness. Of that group, 4% live with a serious mental illness. But only about 43% of people with a mental illness in this country receive the care they need.1

Mental illness does not discriminate and affects people regardless of race, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, socio-economic status, and age. However, members of the BIPOC community (which stands for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) face barriers to receiving mental health care. These barriers are undoubtedly complex. However, they likely stem from historic and systemic racism both inside and outside of healthcare communities, as well as economic, geographic, and linguistic hurdles.

If you or someone you love belongs to the BIPOC community, you may wonder how to overcome these barriers to access quality mental health care. We’ve compiled information and resources in this guide to help ease that burden.

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… for the Latinx Community

If you’re struggling (or hoping to help a loved one), you don’t have to do it alone. We’ve put together facts and resources to support mental health within the Latinx community.

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