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Celebrate BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month with MHA

  • 1.  Celebrate BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month with MHA

    Posted Jul 05, 2022 14:31
    Edited by Kianna Mckenzie Jul 05, 2022 14:31
    Each year Mental Health America (MHA) develops a public education campaign dedicated to addressing the mental health needs of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). This month MHA is celebrating BIPOC Mental Health Month, formally recognized as Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, by recognizing that Black, Indigenous, and people of color have rich histories that go #BeyondTheNumbers. Join the celebration by downloading a toolkit that includes actionable ways to support BIPOC communities and honor the legacy of Bebe Moore Campbell, the pioneer whose advocacy and visionary work led to July's formal dedication to the needs of BIPOC communities in mental health.

    Visit Mental Health America's website for more information:


    Kianna Mckenzie
    Communications and Marketing Coordinator, CSWE Spark Community Manager
    Council on Social Work Education