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Mon, Jul 01

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Covenant Presbyterian Church

July is BIPOC and LGBTQ+ Mental Health Awareness Month

Culture, ethnicity, and race all play a role in the way that each person experiences the world. MHA's BIPOC Mental Health Resource Center helps you learn more about the strengths and challenges communities of color face when it comes to mental well-being and mental health care.

July is BIPOC and LGBTQ+ Mental Health Awareness Month
July is BIPOC and LGBTQ+ Mental Health Awareness Month

Time & Location

Jul 01, 2024, 12:00 AM – Jul 31, 2024, 11:50 PM

Covenant Presbyterian Church, 670 E Meadow Dr, Palo Alto, CA 94306, USA

About the event

Fear of judgment, cultural beliefs, generational differences, and lack of access to resources often prevent

people of color from addressing struggles openly and seeking the help they need. To overcome these barriers, it is essential to foster open and honest conversations about mental health. Breaking the silence is a crucial step toward healing and prioritizing mental wellness.

This July, we encourage everyone to take steps towards improving mental health in BIPOC communities.

To support these efforts, Mental Health America has created a free BIPOC Mental Health Toolkit. The toolkit

contains handouts, outreach ideas, social media assets, and other resources to help combat stigma, break

down myths, and encourage conversations about mental health.

By sharing stories, listening to others, and supporting one another, we can create a more inclusive and

understanding environment where mental health is prioritized for everyone. Let’s work together to promote

mental health awareness in all BIPOC communities.

For more information, explore the BIPOC Mental Health Toolkit provided by Mental Health America at mhanational.org/july, check out this infographic at https://mhanational.org/bipoc/infographic-lgbtq-mental-health, and visit the BIPOC Mental Health Resource Center at mhanational.org/bipoc.

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