Chicago migrants faces challenges accessing mental health care


Immigrants load a bus outside Union Station in August 2022 as Venezuelan migrants were flown from Texas and dropped off in Chicago. Anthony Vazquez/Chicago Sun Times

Many migrants arrive in Chicago with little knowledge of where they will sleep or how they will access food and care, especially mental health care.

Restore hear about a migrant’s experience and what support that community needs most.

GUESTS: Elvia Malagón, reports on social justice, immigration and income inequality for the Chicago Sun Times

Aimee Hilado, assistant professor, UChicago Crown Family School of Social Work, Policy and Practice, co-chair, Coalition for Immigrant Mental Health


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Written by Natalia Chi

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