The Latino community has a strong stigma about mental health disorders. But it’s not wrong to seek care when you need it. Here are three truths to help ease Latinos’ minds about mental health care.
Mental illness and substance abuse can overwhelm those affected and their loved ones. Having both problems poses even bigger challenges. Here’s what you should know.
People who have gone through unemployment, loss of a loved one, a divorce or separation or even suffered a heart attack can become depressed. Depression also runs in families, so it’s important to know your family history of mental illness.
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