Part of our Mental Wellness Wednesdays Partnership with ABC 11 WTVD.
Many factors surround disparate care for people, some examples include racial-ethnic, gender identity, age, community stigmas, and housing security. Access to treatment, language barriers, and affordability can all prevent people from having mental health care as part of their lives. Join providers Dr. Diego Garza, Jim Smith, MD, Cherry Nhor, PA-C, and Louise Newton, MSW, LCSW, SEP for this panel discussion.
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