The Truth Ain?t Popular: Impediments to Hope

David L. Mount

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“Behavioral Health Equity through Human services integration, forged in part through legislative and policy solutions, is key to reducing health disparities and promote good health outcomes across multicultural communities,” said Dr. David L. Mount (Founder and President for the NC Network for Human Services Integration to Prosperity)

-Dr. David L. Mount, excerpt from book


Voices in Advance Praise for

Dr. David L. Mount’s

The Truth Ain’t Popular

...LETS START WITH THE END IN MIND

Ms. Kara Morrison-As the nation steps into the dawn of 2020, community revitalization through Human Service Integration will become the emerging Civil Rights movement. Dr. Mount takes on a storytelling that seeks to reject a one size fit all framework, choosing to name and frame the multiplicity of we. He holds that we must cast the brightest shot light on a collective resilience while embracing a person-centered social justice.

Jason E. Mount, MBA-This book has economic implications viewed through the lens of social capital. The framework lifted up is based on the working model that use, access, acceptability and holistic outreach may fail to detect issues surrounding shaming, negative stereotypes, resilience, and alliance biases.

Ms. Mara Ramirez- Professor Mount points out that the content of our lives has market value beyond the traditional commercial venues, where the everyday person is consistently fighting against a psychological bankruptcy. The implications for human services integration to prosperity echoes a call to stop scapegoating human suffering.

Ms. Yvonne Bowser- In many ways, the movement surrounding human services integration to prosperity works to place in the forefront a call to action on behalf of socially, emotionally, and economically oppressed communities, where folk are walking on an increasingly uncertain floor while reconstructing hope and attempting to dream against the noise of a shaky future.

Dr. Bobby Dunn-How, why and when vulnerable people matter is worthy of ongoing critic. The author underscores the psychosocial determinants of health with attention to galvanizing a major paradigm shift that will positively impact social justice through human services integration.

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Title: The Truth Ain?t Popular: Impediments to Hope
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Publication Date: 2016
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