A Right to Heal: Mental Health in Diverse Communities

Publisher: California Pan-Ethnic Health Network
Number of Pages: 53

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Across California, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) gathered together once again to share their perspectives on the communities’ mental health needs. This report documents the collective stories, experiences, struggles, and resiliencies that emerged from those discussions with the intention of 1) honoring the voices of those who participated, 2) providing information that can be used by BIPOC communities to advocate and advance the mission to strengthen community mental health, and 3) educating local and state policy makers about BIPOC communities’ mental health needs, as well as how to better improve the mental health resources available.