New report says racial, ethnic minorities in R.I. face barriers when accessing mental health treatment

PROVIDENCE – A newly published report says racial and ethnic minorities are facing many more barriers when accessing mental health treatment and services across Rhode Island. Specifically, refugees and non-English speakers are facing challenges such as language and cultural differences, stigma, particularly with older generations and denial among family members that could serve as advocates,…

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