“As we’re growing up we’re taught, unfortunately, a lot of times, what goes on in the house stays in the house. We don’t talk about it like we should,” said Sonya Quinn, Community Outreach Coordinator for National Alliance on Mental Illness Greater Toledo. “The stigma is really hard for us to get through because we want to go through our pastors and try to pray it away and ... we have to start educating the African-American community and the minority communities about seeking help.”
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