Local nonprofits work to remove access barriers to mental health care
Through programs geared toward helping support more bilingual, bicultural mental health professionals and by working to bring lower cost mental health care to areas throughout the county, multiple nonprofits are working to help improve accessibility to services for some of Sonoma County’s most underserved populations.
It is no secret the Latinx community in Sonoma County has been one of the most affected when it comes to mental health. From battling a pandemic, farm working and multiple fires, the need for it is there.
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