July is Minority Mental Health Month!

Updated: Sep 3, 2020

July is Minority Mental Health Month!


Free toolkit available for download!


Mental Health America​ has developed content for our 2020 MinorityMental Health Month toolkit that is both timely and hopefully evergreen, including:

- Links to updated information on our website;

- Lists of resources specifically for BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities;

- Handouts on racism and mental health and racial trauma;

- An infographic built from MHA screening data on BIPOC and LGBTQ+ mental health;

- A Call to Action for people to share how discrimination and/or racism have affected their mental health using the hashtag #ImpactofTrauma;

- And more!


We hope that you will join us as take a critical lens at the mental health space and how trauma has impacted the lives and wellbeing of BIPOC, while celebrating resiliency in the face of adversity.


Download the toolkit here!




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