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  • Writer's pictureTierney Yates

Mental Health Awareness Month

Resources to help you through, when you're going through it.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Our mental health is one the most important things in our lives. But time and time again it has been stigmatized and people have not felt empowered to get the help they need. Especially my fellow BIPOC communities.

In order to advocate for ourselves we must know where to start. I have listed some resources for anyone who wants to start their mental health journey but doesn't know where to begin.

It's okay to not always be okay! We are all human. Both positive, negative and everything in between. Let's get empowered to dissect and discuss our feelings and emotions so we can move forward through this journey called life in the most healthy way possible.

Mind. Body. Spirit. Heart.

Black Mental Health Services


Black Men Heal

Therapy for Black Girls

The Loveland Foundation

Latinx Mental Health Services

Latinx Therapy

National Alliance for Hispanic Health

Indigenous Mental Health Services

We R Native

Indian Health Services

AAPI Mental Health Services

Asian Mental Health Collective

South Asian Mental Health

AAPI Health Forum

LGBTQ+ Mental Health Services

Trans Lifeline

The Trevor Project


Substance Use Disorder Services

SMART Recovery

Alcoholics Anonymous

General Mental Health Resources

The NAMI Helpline


National Suicide Prevention Lifeline


Veterans Crisis Line


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