Racial Equity



What Is Racial Trauma? Understanding Race-Based Traumatic Stress

Racism and racial inequity are pervasive throughout all aspects of our society and racial disparities exist in nearly all facets of life. One aspect of trauma-informed care that is beginning to gain more awareness is the prevalence of racial trauma among people of color.

With July recognized as Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month (also known as BIPOC Mental Health Month), it’s important that providers and organizations understand how racism and racial trauma affect one’s mental health.

In Relias' new white paper, What Is Racial Trauma? Understanding Race-Based Traumatic Stress, we investigate how systemic racism impacts the mental health of communities. You’ll learn:

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