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National Mental Health Awareness: Newly Updated Webpage!

2016 Con­fer­ence for Agri­cul­tural Worker Health

Today is May 31st, our last opportunity to commemorate National Mental Health Awareness Month. This week, we launched our newly updated Behavioral Health webpage.  The redesigned page features new sections like mourning and grief, familism, and acculturation, as well as sections dedicated to behavioral health concerns relating to climate change, refugees, unaccompanied immigrant minors, and US citizen children with parents who don’t have authorization to live in the US.

Please join us in raising mental health awareness for migrant and other underserved populations by sharing our newly updated page with friends and colleagues. And let us know what you think -- email Claire, MCN’s Writer and Editor, at with your comments.


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