July is BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month
July is BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) Mental Health Awareness Month, a time to bring awareness to the unique mental health experiences and challenges people who have been historically marginalized face. Access our toolkit to learn more about identity, culture and mental health, as well as get free wellness tools and read inspirational peer stories.
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If you live with depression or bipolar, when things are at their worst it can feel like it will never get better. These times do pass. When reflect on our experience and circumstances, we can find the strength we have shown during our greatest challenges. DBSA’s blog and podcast series, I’m Living Proof: A Letter to My Younger Self, shares inspiring stories of young adult peers who are living proof that we can overcome even the most difficult times.
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Each person’s wellness journey is unique. With that in mind, DBSA has developed tools to help you take the first steps and to determine what support you may need along the way.
When I joined I felt isolated and in crisis. I didn’t know where to turn. I found a supportive community of educated, helpful and kind parents who love their children very much. I desperately needed to know that my son could find light at the end of the tunnel. I found optimism and helpful suggestions.
—Balanced Mind Parent Network member