INDIANAPOLIS– It’s certainly not easy to ask for help if you’re struggling with a mental health issue. And in many minority communities, admitting you need help can be seen as a sign of weakness.
Why is there so much reluctance and what can be done to break the stigma? We talk to psychiatrists Tomeika Anderson and Kanwal Sidhu, both with Community Health Network.
Here is a list of resources:
- Suicide Prevention Resource Locator for Youth
- Activities for Children and Families National Federation of Families-Children’s Mental Health Awareness Activities for Children, Youth and Families
Black/African American resources:
- Black women specifically: https://providers.therapyforblackgirls.com/
Asian American Pacific Islander resources:
South Asian resources:
Resources by faith: