BIPOC Mental Health Homepage: Resources and Education

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Welcome to MSB’s homepage for BIPOC Mental Health. Here you can find education, resources, and profiles of organizations working to end racial disparity in the mental health field.

Black Voices of Mental Health

Meet Ianne Fields Steward, Imade Borah and Yolo Akili. They are just a few of the amazing young advocates changing the face of Black Mental Health. Discover their work here.

Black Voices of Mental Health: Profiles

Profiles of Black Mental Health Advocates and Black Led Organizations working to remove systemic racism from the Mental Health Field.

Racial Disparity and Mental Health: Education for Allies

The American Psychiatric field was created during slavery, leaving long lasting problems that still affect Black patients today. Learn more by clicking through.

BIPOC Mental Health Resource Hub

A Directory connecting people of color to culturally relevant Mental Health Resources.

Explore the Social Determinants of Mental Health

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) a person’s social, economic and physical environment are all critical to a their mental health. Therefore those who are most oppressed (financially, societally, etc.) are in greater need of changes in our global understanding of mental health.

The first step in making global change is by educating ourselves on the issues at hand. By understanding the Social Determinants of Mental Health, we can begin to understand how to influence systems and policies that provide more equitable care to all people.

Check out the WHO’s total report on Social Determinants of Mental Health here and download your own copy to share in the link below!

Featured Video: Mental Health Barriers by AJ+

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