Monthly Archives: July 2018


Minorities and Mental Health

July is Minority Mental Health Month. According to the American Psychiatric Association, people from racial and ethnic minority groups are less likely to receive mental health care than the rest of the U.S. population and that communities of color often lack adequate access to medical treatment for mental illnesses. They also face challenges like higher levels […]

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Inclusion Drives Innovation

The Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues and Employment (GCDE) promotes equality, opportunity, independence and full participation in life for people with disabilities. Their members represent a wide range of constituent groups, geographical perspectives, ethnic origins and cultural heritage. The organization is celebrating its 26th anniversary of the Governor’s Employer Awards Prog

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