Hate Crimes and the pandemic are leading more #AAPI to seek therapy.
This is great since #AAPI folks are hesitant to seek mental health care.
But doesn't our society also have a responsibility? 1/3
#FAHM2021: on Oct. 18, 32 years before the Pilgrims made their mythological "rock" famous in their history books, #AAPI (specifically #Filipino sailors) landed in Morro Bay, CA. Thanks to FANHS, we have our own "rock," on a sandy beach.
Join our monthly social, Thursday, Oct 28, 5:30-7:30 pm at @chewologykc gyoza bar’s new location in Westport. They serve gyoza (dumplings), bao (steamed buns), rice plates, noodles, and more. We’ll provide food to share & first drink! Register at kc.naaap.org/events/naaap-kc…#AAPI
Thank you @AlyssaLukpat for highlighting the connection between hate crimes, the pandemic and #AAPI mental health.
We get it - in NYC, we've helped bring 6000 in-language, culturally competent mental health services to over 2500 low-income #AAPI folks last year. 3/3