In Minnesota, communities of color have been hit particularly hard by the pandemic. Mental health experts around the state are concerned about the toll this added stress could take.
This fall, in response to what they identified as a lack of mental health resources targeted for the Twin Cities’ BIPOC community, Headway Emotional Health, a 50-year-old nonprofit provider of mental health services, significantly expanded service offerings at its location in Brooklyn Center, a Twin Cities community where the majority of residents are nonwhite.
I had a few questions about Headway’s recent expansion, and about COVID’s impact on the clinic’s diverse client base, so I posed them to Teri Clayton, Headway’s managing supervisor of outpatient and psychological services.
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