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Hinge created the “Mental Health Advocates of Tomorrow” fund to make therapy more accessible to BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities.

May 31 2022

Hinge created the “Mental Health Advocates of Tomorrow” fund to make therapy more accessible to BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities. YPulse’s mental health report found that 46% of BIPOC young consumers say their mental health has been negatively impacted by the pandemic, while 61% of young consumers who identify as LGBTQ+ say the same. According to The Trevor Project, nearly half of trans and nonbinary youth aren’t receiving mental health care due to concerns around a provider’s competence and compassion, while the U.S. Bureau of Labor found that only one in four mental health counselors are people of color. During Mental Health Awareness Month, Hinge launched a new fund to ensure that BIPOC and LGBTQ+ communities have access to therapists who can help them form healthy relationships. The fund will give 10 aspiring therapists $10,000 each to help cover the cost of their education. The dating app is also collaborating with artist and mental health advocate Fariha Róisín, the Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective (BEAM), and Inclusive Therapists to raise awareness for the campaign. (Adweek)