Everyone should have access to effective mental health care. But everyone’s experience with poor mental health is unique and deeply impacted by their identities. Long-standing systemic oppression and discrimination within the US has made it harder for marginalized groups to access and receive quality care.
Watch the conversation on mental health equity between Jae Kullar, General Manager of Global Health and Wellbeing at Delta Air Lines, Dr. Juliette McClendon, Director of Medical Affairs at Big Health, and Peter Hames, CEO and Co-founder of Big Health. They discuss disparities in care, the importance of cultural competency, and how employers can help employees gain a better understanding of mental health so that they feel empowered to seek help.
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