Mental Health America Mental Health Month Toolkit
Mental Health America’s Mental Health Month toolkit provides free, practical resources to introduce mental health topics like recognizing warning signs, knowing the factors that can lead to mental health conditions, maintaining mental wellness, and seeking help for mental health.
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Mental Health America Black, Indigenous, and People of Color Toolkit
The term “BIPOC” is more recent and intentionally places Black and Indigenous communities apart from people of color as a way to acknowledge the unique characteristics and heightened inequities of these groups.
Mental Health America’s Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) toolkit includes information and resources for specific BIPOC communities, calls to action, worksheets, and general resources for BIPOC individuals.
- American Indian/Alaska Native
- Arab/Middle Eastern/Muslim/South Asian
- Black/African American
In this toolkit, Mental Health America lists specific cultural groups, including:
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