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Mental Health Awareness Month

Everyone deserves access to respectful and culturally appropriate care.

  • Members of racial and ethnic minority groups experience challenges that may require unique mental health support.
  • Cultural differences should be respected and celebrated when providing mental health support.
  • Mental health care providers are encouraged to consider the cultural nuances and needs of the diverse communities they serve.
  • Addressing and reducing barriers to treatment are the first steps to building more equitable health systems.
  • Together, we can improve access to mental health care for people from racial and ethnic minority groups.

If you or a loved one is experiencing or affected by a mental health, substance use, or suicidal crisis, please call or text ‘988’ (or chat online on 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline’s website) for free, confidential, and immediate help.

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