February 10, 2022 by Matthew Canuteson
The New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) is committed to ensuring marginalized, underserved and unserved populations have equal access to quality mental health services and supports. OMH works hard to ensure that mental health providers are knowledgeable about best practice approaches to serving special population groups.
To this end, OMH has developed the following webpage on the Office of Diversity and inclusion site that houses resources specific to reducing disparities for marginalized, underserved and unserved populations. In addition, these materials provide information specific to serving New York’s special population groups (i.e., LGBTQ individuals, rural New Yorkers, people of color, new Americans and Jewish Americans). This comprehensive resource page is regularly updated, we encourage everyone to explore the resources and provide suggestions for additional materials that should be added.
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Diversity and Inclusion Officer
Office of Diversity and Inclusion
New York State Office of Mental Health
44 Holland Ave 2nd Floor
Albany, NY 12229