This essay focuses on Diversity and Mental Health. After watching the videos on “Diversity and Mental Health” please answer the following:
https://youtu.be/RgeNgYhSsME Watch: “Diversity and Mental Health” and post your reflections Discussion: After watching the videos on “Diversity and Mental Health” please answer the following: In what ways does diversity affect Mental Health. Please be reminded that your initial and response posts each should be at least 250 words or more (at least two fully developed paragraphs-minimum 5 sentences per paragraph).
The coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic recession. Many people’s mental health and exacerbated conditions for people already suffering. Mental illnesses and substance use disorders.
The Mental Health Program continues work to ensure access to behavioral health services. Georgia and nationally, with a special focus on vulnerable populations, through:
1) implementation and enforcement of parity, or equity in insurance coverage for mental health and substance use conditions, 2) improving access to school-based behavioral health services and supports for youth, and 3) increasing access to care for older adults with mental illness.
As part of an international effort to reduce stigma and discrimination, the Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism provide stipends and training to journalists to support reporting on topics relate to mental health and substance use issues. Fellowships currently are award to journalists from the
United States, Colombia, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates; previously they were award to journalists in Romania, South Africa, and New Zealand. The fellowships develop a cadre of better-informed professional journalists to more accurately and sensitively report information and influence peers and important stakeholders to do the same.
on stigma against people with mental illnesses and substance use conditions, the Mental Health Program works with organizations and leaders in the stigma-reduction field providing expertise in media and mental health. The program has worked closely with organizations such as the World Psychiatric Association, California Mental Health Services Authority,
Global Anti-Stigma Alliance, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, and the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. Results from these collaborations have included significant conferences. Related to stigma reduction, a media guide for journalists. National report on the evidence that supports ending discrimination. . Visit mentalhealthjournalism.org for more information on this project.
Firstly, submit on time
Thirdly, be neat
Further, be cautious
Further, be sober