July is BIPOC Mental Health Month
BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) Mental Health month creates awareness about the unique experiences and struggles individuals who identify as BIPOC encounter with respect to mental health.
Formerly known as Minority Mental Health Month, BIPOC Mental Health Month is an opportunity to acknowledge and take steps toward addressing the mental health care challenges that face traditionally underserved and under-represented communities.
Listen, Learn, Make a Difference
- Check out the collection of anti-racism and mental health resources in CHC’s free online library
- Listen to a panel discussion, “Supporting the Mental Health of BIPOC Students,” with the JED Foundation, Mental Health America of Greater Houston, Rice University Wellbeing Center, University of Houston, and The Steve Fund. Thursday, July 23 at 2 PM EDT Register here.
- Download a BIPOC Mental Health Month toolkit from Mental Health America
- Teaching Tolerance has assembled several articles and an on-demand webinar, Student Mental Health Matters, to help educators create safe spaces for BIPOC students.
- NAMI is releasing the latest installments of the Strength Over Silence video series, highlighting three personal stories featuring courage, culture and community.
CHC Is Here for You
CHC is committed to honoring individuals from all backgrounds, promoting inclusivity, fighting stigma, and reducing barriers to mental health care. Please reach out to us; we are here to help.
CHC Help: 650.688.3625