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Immigrant Families Can Access Race-Informed Mental Health Treatment With curaJOY There are a myriad issues facing immigrant and third-culture families in the US, and sadly, limited access to emotional wellness services is one of them. Non-profit curaJOY believes that it doesn't have to be this way. In response, it created a global emotional wellness directory, ensuring that Asian Pacific Islander, multicultural, cross-cultural, and third-world adults and children have access to inclusive and effective care that caters to their specific needs. curaJOY’s directory is in line with the company's vision to drive greater advocacy, acceptance, and innovation of emotional wellness programs for families across different cultures. curaJOY features a wide range of vetted service providers who have extensive experience working with people from Asian Pacific Islander, third-culture, cross-culture, and multi- culture populations - as well as immigrants in general. All providers on the new platform offer evidence- based treatments and must undergo a vetting process. The directory does not feature any advertised content - and you can use it for free! Along with increasing access to emotional wellbeing tools for all populations, the goal of the new directory is to provide a preventative approach to mental health and reduce inequity and service costs. Interested organizations and providers are encouraged to contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get listed on the platform. If your family has little to no access to emotional wellness services, don't worry - curaJOY is here to fill that gap. Go to https://www.curajoy.co m to find out more.