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Students of Color Find It Difficult Accessing Mental Health Support

Source
Diverse Education
Date
Jan 22, 2020
Summary
Summarizes a study conducted by the non-profit ACT, which identified that students of color felt more uncomfortable seeking mental health support than their white counterparts. The survey also found rural students had more trouble accessing mental health services, recommending schools offer students the option to teleconference with counselors.
Tagged as
Access · Health disparities · Mental health · Racial and ethnic groups · Rural-urban differences · Schools · Telehealth