Celebrating BIPOC Mental Health Month

July is BIPOC Mental Health Month, dedicated to raising awareness about the mental health challenges faced by Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities. 

Breaking the Stigma 

This month aims to challenge the stigma around mental health in BIPOC communities. By sharing stories and fostering open conversations, we can encourage more people to prioritize their mental health. 

Taking Action 

We encourage everyone to support their own mental health and that of others by seeking therapy or other types of support and talking openly about mental health. Together, we can break the stigma and make mental health care accessible for all. 

ServiceNet offers a variety of mental health services, including therapy, counseling, and specialized programs for treatment-resistant depression, OCD, and more. For more information on our mental health services, please visit our website. 

Explore more BIPOC Mental Health Month resources at the Mental Health America website.  

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