Only 30% of Black adults with mental illnesses get help each year

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Each day, 121 Americans die by suicide. September is National Suicide Prevention month, and in honor of this, CARE Counseling is rallying supporters across the Twin Cities to amplify the conversation about suicide prevention, and take actions to reverse the growing rate of suicide. 

“Together, we can show our community how to CARE More.” - Care Counseling

100% of Proceeds from CARE More MN

Will fund the cost of books for BIPOC students pursuing masters and doctoral programs in Psychology. 
Through the CARE More initiative, more BIPOC students will succeed in Psychology programs and pursue careers in therapy, which will encourage more people of color to find help from clinicians who can truly understand their racial struggles. 


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