A new policy briefing from the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute outlines how ethnicity affects our experiences of money and mental health problems.
It shows that people from minoritised ethnic groups are disproportionately affected by the economic and social determinants of poor mental health. This includes low income, social exclusion and racism.
The note also shows that people from minoritised ethnic groups who have mental health problems often face additional barriers to good financial health.
In response, the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute is calling on support services, employers and essential service firms to take steps to address the inequalities that people from minoritised ethnic groups with mental health problems too often face.
Read the briefing note here.