Mental Health and Muslim Communities


This booklet contains specific information on mental health in the Muslim communities. It includes several different types of mental health problems, the stigma of mental health, causes of mental health problems in Asian/Muslim women, mental health and Islam and how to participate in Ramadan when you struggle with your mental health.



This booklet was written by Muslims to help other Muslim people which means the information contained within the resource is culturally sensitive.

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