March 28, 2017

Black Mental Health

Many people in the black community put off getting help because of the stigma surrounding their struggles.
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For people struggling with a mental health problem, getting help sooner rather than later can significantly improve the effectiveness of treatment. But there are still many people who put off getting help because of the stigma surrounding their struggles. Now we explore how one Tucson community is tackling this problem head on.

Producer: Gisela Telis
Videographer: Andrew Brown, Bob Lindberg, Steve Riggs, Eric Rawdin
Editor: Andrew Brown
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