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Dear Carolina Community,

In recognition of July as Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) Mental Health Awareness Month, the Office of Human Resources is joining with campus partners to support the mental well-being of employees from all communities, races and backgrounds.

As part of our ongoing commitment to your health and wellness, we invite you visit the BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month resource webpage.This site includes a schedule of events for self-care and stress management trainings, and a list of resources on various topics related to mental health and well-being.

We would like to thank the following partners who collaborated with us on this content:

  • Carolina Black Caucus
  • University Office for Diversity and Inclusion
  • Gillings School of Global Public Health
  • Peers for Progress
  • Student Wellness
  • GuidanceResources® EAP


About BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month

Established in 2008, BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month is officially designated as Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month.

Named for American author, journalist and advocate Bebe Moore Campbell, whose work shed light on the mental health needs of the black community and other minority communities, BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month was created to enhance public awareness of mental illness, especially among minority communities.

Important goals of BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month include increasing awareness of the unique mental health struggles facing underrepresented groups in the U.S. and providing communities of color with culturally competent mental health resources.

Please visit the BIPOC Mental Health Awareness Month resource webpage for more information and to view available resources. You are encouraged to participate in as many programs as you like.

This month—and every month—stay happy, healthy and well.

Well regards,

Becci Menghini
Vice Chancellor, Human Resources and Equal Opportunity and Compliance


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