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National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

June 22, 2017

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July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month - a time to take action to eliminate the stigma and barriers many adults and kids (including those in multicultural communities) face in trying to address or seek help for mental health issues. 

This infographic produced by our friends at the National Alliance on Mental Illness highlights how culture can affect mental health and the ability to get care.

Learn about Bebe Moore Campbell and the history behind National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month.

Visit Edgewood.org/referrals to learn about the services we offer for children, youth, and families, and take the mental health quiz to see if your child may be in need of assistance.



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