This special edition shines a light on Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities and the need for more mental health resources within this community.
Due to longstanding systemic injustice, many barriers limit access to high-quality, culturally-informed mental health care for BIPOC communities. This month we share a few mental health resources that shine light on communities of color.
Learning For Justice
Learn more about the need for interrupting school practices that disregard the mental health within the BIPOC community. Here are a few resources and lesson plans for teachers and caretakers to implement into students, patients, and personal daily practices.
Use #WellBeings on social media posts to contribute your story, messages of encouragement, and favorite mental health resources to Well Beings Community Story Wall.
Support for the Well Beings Youth Mental Health Project is provided by Otsuka, Kaiser Permanente, Bank of America, Liberty Mutual Insurance, American Psychiatric Association Foundation, One Mind, Movember, National Alliance on Mental Illness, Dana Foundation, Dauten Family Foundation, The Hersh Foundation, Mental Health Services Oversight & Accountability Commission, John & Frances Von Schlegell, Sutter Health, Robina Riccitiello, and Jackson Family Enterprises.
Partners include CALL TO MIND at American Public Media, PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs, WE Organization, Forbes, PEOPLE, Mental Health America, National Council for Mental Wellbeing, The Steve Fund, and The Jed Foundation.