How Culturally Relevant Curriculum Serves to Improve Mental Health for Latina College Students

by Giselle Castaneda and Dr. Benjamin M. Drury

In a nation founded on the promises of opportunity and prosperity, the urgent need to address the challenges faced by Latina/o college students is both a moral imperative and an intellectual necessity that has been sidelined for far too long.

Over One Third of Lower-income Latino Adults Living with Children Have Frequent Anxiety or Depressive Symptoms, and Most Do Not Receive Mental Health Services — Hispanic Research Center



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