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Black Mental Health Matters, Volume 3
Jul

Black Mental Health Matters, Volume 3

  Mental health conditions do not discriminate based on race, color, gender, or identity. Anyone can develop a mental health problem, which is exactly why it is important that quality mental health care be made available and accessible on a...

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BIPOC Mental Health – An Overview of Real Numbers
Jul

BIPOC Mental Health – An Overview of Real Numbers

  Our previous BIPOC-focused blog post focused a bit on the disparities in the access to quality mental health coverage between whites and members of the BIPOC community. This time, we want to give you a very brief and high-level...

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There Is a Connection Between Routines and Mental Health
Jul

There Is a Connection Between Routines and Mental Health

  Rituals and routines are a huge part of our daily lives, whether we recognize them or not. Some of these things may have become so heavily ingrained as habits that we may not actually realize we're executing them until...

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Where Did the Number
Jul

Where Did the Number "22" Come From?

  It seems that everywhere you turn, charities and organizations that are formed to help combat veteran suicide use some derivative of the same statistic in their name or mission/vision statements. At IFHP, we use it in our ENDING 22...

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Some Facts Behind the Importance of BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month
Jul

Some Facts Behind the Importance of BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month

  According to the 2017 National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Report published by the US Department of Health and Human Services Agency for Healthcare Research an Quality, Americans have historically “experienced variable access to care based on race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status,...

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