July is nationally recognized as Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month (also referred to as BIPOC Mental Health Month) and was created to bring awareness to the unique struggles that underrepresented groups face in regard to mental illness in the U.S.
While BIPOC mental health is nationally recognized in July of each year, it’s important that we keep these needs at the forefront of our minds when serving NICU parents and NICU-graduate parents year-round. The following is a list of resources and articles Hand to Hold has created to highlight the importance of mental health care for underrepresented groups, the barriers they face, and how we can ensure all NICU families feel safe and cared for.
Announcing the Hand to Hold mobile app and online community, a safe and inviting environment to connect with hand to Hold Family Support Specialists and other NICU parents to find support whenever and wherever you need it. Learn more.