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Self-Care Resources for Stress Related COVID19: BIPOC

Meditation and Yoga research and resources for dealing with stress during the COVID19 Pandemic.
For Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC), the events of the past few months and years may be particularly traumatizing. In particular, generational trauma can also cause many health and mental health problems.
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Mental Health Resources for BIPOC

The Student Counseling Center has listed the following resources on their page.
 
Mental Health Resources Related to Race & Personal Identity

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Indigenous Resources

 

Mental Health Resources for Native and Indigenous Communities

 

 

Indigenous Mental Health, podcast episode

Angela Vela-Arce, master’s student at The University of Texas (UT) at Austin School of Social Work and director of the Native American and Indigenous Collective, which is part of the Multicultural Engagement Center at UT Austin, brings a perspective on indigenous mental health that speaks to the experiences of young people and indigenous students on campus at University of Texas.

 

 

 

 

COVID19 Specific

RAICES: COVID-19 resources for refugee and immigrant populations

Native Americans in Philanthropy: Coronavirus Resource Center

Austin Justice Coalition: COVID-19 Community Resources

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