Black, Indigenous, and People of Color Mental Health Month
Addressing racism is a mental health priority. The systemic inequities that permeate all our lives prevent any of us from achieving healthier minds—and they cannot be ignored.
Join us for the virtual event, where you’ll hear from Dr. Apryl Alexander, D.U. Graduate School of Professional Psychology; Jason Vitello, Denver Public Health; and Neva Martinez-Ortega, Servicios de La Raza.
Some questions our speakers will discuss include:
- How do systemic racism and cultural incompetence within systems of care affect Black, Indigenous, and People of Color?
- What barriers prevent access to care and support for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color?
- What structural changes are needed, and what resources are available to support healthier minds across the lifespan for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color?
Register today for this free event! I hope to see you there.
President & CEO
Mental Health Colorado