Virtual Series: Addressing Mental Health Disparities

Past Dates & Times
  • Mon, Apr 20, 2020 - Mon, Jun 29, 2020

National Center for Civil and Human Rights
100 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd


Live webinars every other Monday at 2pm ET, beginning April 20th

One in five Americans has experienced a mental health issue. Those from marginalized communities have compounded effects, as mental health illnesses are not uniformly treated. The goal of our virtual series will be to address key areas of disparity in mental health treatment. 


Dates and Topics to be explored:

  • April 20, 2pm ET: the toll of white supremacy on mental health

  • May 4, 2pm ET: States’ lagging mental health parity laws

  • May 18, 2pm ET: Mental health of youth in marginalized communities

  • June 1, 2pm ET: Trauma informed care relating to gender-based and intersectionality-based violence

  • June 15, 2pm ET: Human rights, HIV/AIDS and mental health

  • June 29, 2pm ET: Homelessness and mental health

Who Should Attend? 

  • Social Workers

  • Mental health professionals 

  • Researchers

  • Nurse practitioners

  • Healthcare professionals

  • Students

  • Community leaders 

  • Policymakers

  • Human rights leaders

  • The general public


How to Attend:

These events do require a Zoom account.

You can sign up for a FREE account HERE.

The recorded webinars will be available on this website a week following the live broadcast.

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