Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

July is recognized as Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, a time when we highlight the unique mental health challenges faced by minority communities. It is crucial to create a safe and inclusive environment where individuals from all backgrounds feel empowered to seek help and access the support they need. By acknowledging Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, you can encourage open conversations about mental health and foster a greater understanding of the specific challenges faced by minority communities.

If you need immediate help, call or text 988 to reach the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline. You can also chat at to speak with a trained crisis counselor.

Mental Wellness

Mental Health Handout 1
Mental Health Handout 2
Mental Health Handout 3
Self-Care Handout 3

Since 1949, Mental Health America (MHA), its 141 affiliates and countless others have observed May as Mental Health Month by reaching out to millions of people to spread the word that mental health is something everyone should care about. This year’s theme is “Look Around, Look Within” and we’re asking you to challenge yourself to look at the world around you and think about how it impacts your mental health. This year’s campaign will focus on how mental health is impacted by surroundings, including housing, the home environment, neighborhoods and towns, the outdoors and nature. For the next 31 days, use the calendar to make the world around you work for your mental health.

Mental Health Calendar
Mental Health America Flyer
Self-Care Checklist 1
Flyer on Nurturing a Child's Mnetal Health
Tips for Redirecting Behaviors-Parents
Mental Wellness- Mental toughness-modified
Handout for MH 1
Signs of Autism