Re-Introducing Mental Health for Latinos Act 2023

Derek Lusk, Grace Napolitano (4)

The Chicago School is proud to support Congresswoman Grace Napolitano in her passionate and unwavering commitment to addressing the pressing mental health needs of the Latino community. In 2023, Congresswoman Napolitano reintroduced the groundbreaking “Mental Health for Latinos Act,” a landmark piece of legislation aimed at breaking down barriers and ensuring access to vital mental health services for the Latino population.

This crucial act not only recognizes the unique challenges faced by Latinos when it comes to mental health but also seeks to provide comprehensive, culturally sensitive, and accessible support for those in need. By advocating for the Mental Health for Latinos Act, Congresswoman Napolitano demonstrates her dedication to the well-being and mental health of the Latino community, fostering a more inclusive and equitable society for all. The Chicago School proudly stands behind her efforts and remains committed to advancing mental health equity in our communities.

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