July is Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month.
In this episode of The Wellness Connections Podcast I talk about the late Bebe Moore Campbell and the formidable work and commitment she did, which supported underrepresented communities. In addition a description of the digital platforms and APPs that are available for the support of Mental Health Wellness for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color), QTBIPOC (Queer and Trans) Mental Health.
I introduce Katara McCarty’s website where she talks about the Exhale APP. She created the APP to support the Emotional well-being for BIWOC (Black, Indigenous, Women of Color). Her website has BIWOC Resources for your use.
A brief description of Health In Her HUE, a digital platform that connects Black women and women of color to culturally competent and sensitive healthcare providers, and their TEAM goal to “empower women of color, and their allies, to share, learn and innovate around the health issues that disproportionately affect them” is provided.
When you have a free moment listen to my podcast to learn how these websites can be used for your well-being journey. The source links are provided for your easy access to information and APPs.
Advisors of Health In Her Hue give a brief description of who they are at the links below
Health In Her HUE (squarespace.com)
Team — Health In Her HUE (squarespace.com)
Sign Up | Health In Her HUE [Beta] (mn.co)
Health In Her HUE on the App Store (apple.com)
Health In Her HUE – Apps on Google Play
Other Source Links
The BIPOC Project
COVID-19: Emotional Support for Families of Color – MHANJ
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