July is BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month

Originally designated as National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, BIPOC Mental Health Month highlights the unique mental health needs and challenges of historically oppressed racial and ethnic groups in the United States. Black and Indigenous people and people of color (BIPOC) experience a broad spectrum of ongoing discrimination and inequity rooted in America’s racist history, which contributes to poor mental and overall health outcomes.

Multiracial Identities and Mental Health

Learn more about how culture and identity impact mental health

Learning about how culture and identity factors affect mental health is the first step to addressing inequality and ensuring everyone has access to mental health care.

Identity and Culture 

Meeting You Where You Are

“I always thought I had to separate my mental health from my career as a social worker, especially as a Black woman. But with the support groups, I can be both.” – Love B.

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Race and Mental Health: Personal Perspectives on the Future of Wellness


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