Young British South Asian and black men are more likely to struggle with mental health issues including anxiety and depression — but significantly less likely to come forward to seek out help, say charities. (PCORI.org)

Two charities join forces to tackle UK’s minorities mental health crisis

  • Men from South Asian and Black communities on average receive mental health support 13 years later than their white counterparts
  • The two charities will focus on tackling mental health, but the positive effects of their work could translate to other areas, such as homelessness
By Christopher Hamill-Stewart ·