Year: 2021

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minority mental health month

National Minority Mental Health Month

Thursday, July 8, 2021

Since 2008, July has been celebrated as Minority Mental Health Month. The month-long awareness was created after Bebe Moore Campbell, a writer, teacher and mental health advocate, worked tirelessy to shed light on the need for black and other marginalized communities to focus on mental health. Minority communities face unique struggles having to work through… Continue Reading National Minority Mental Health Month


Support LGBTQIA Youth

Wednesday, June 9, 2021

As a community that cares, we need to support LGBTQIA youth. They are often ignored but struggle the most. During the month of June, we need to recognize the correlation of Human Trafficking to homeless LGBTQIA youth. For decades kids who came out to their parents faced rejection and were forced to leave their homes.… Continue Reading Support LGBTQIA Youth