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Disadvantaged by language barriers and immigration restrictions, unhoused Korean Americans are in the "blind spot" of resources and organizations. Korean American homeless shelters often do not receive government funding because they are not officially registered. As a result, they rely on donations from the Korean-American community and the support of a handful of volunteers.

La tasa de suicidios entre los hombres latinos ha aumentado desde 2011, pasando de 5,7 por cada 100.000 personas a un alarmante 7,9 por cada 100.000 individuos en 2021. Las normas culturales impiden que los hombres latinos hablen abiertamente acerca de su salud mental. Los expertos la denominan una crisis silenciosa.