WATCH: Mental health disparities for people of color
Most racial and ethnic minority groups have similar - or in some cases, fewer - mental health disorders than their white peers. And yet, the consequences of mental illness in minorities may be long-lasting. That’s according to the American Psychiatric Association. The disparities in mental health care for racial, ethnic and religious minorities is real. How is it happening, why is it happening, and what resources are available right here in our community to help combat it? We look into these questions and more on this edition of Need to Know.