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BIPOC Mental Health Awareness


BIPOC Mental Health Awareness


July is Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) mental health awareness month. BIPOC experience unique challenges in mental health due to systemic racism, structural violence, and intergenerational trauma. The effect of these oppressive and discriminatory systems has led to inequities in access to inclusive and culturally relevant care, and social stigmas around seeking care. 


Taking care of our mental health is essential for self- and community-preservation. Through soulcare and collective healing, our ancestors have and we now continue to build RESILIENCY and RECLAIM our healing.


Checkout these Mental Health Resources for the BIPOC Community:

- DRK Beauty Healing @thisisdrkbeauty


- Therapy for Black Girls @therapyforblackgirls


- Real @joinreal


- On the Mend @onthemend.co


- Indigenous Circle of Wellness @indigenouscircleofwellness


- Talkspace @talkspace


- The body a home for love @thebodyahomeforlove


- HealHaus @healhaus


- Afro Yoga @afroyogabyangie


- Black Girl in Om @blackgirlinom


- Liberate @liberatemeditation


- Shine @shinetext


- Insight Timer @insighttimer



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