Indigenous Farm Workers Suffer from Lack of Mental Health Services

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In the strawberry fields near Oxnard, workers from remote parts of Mexico and Central America toil at some of the hardest jobs in California agriculture. Not only are they separated from their families, they're further isolated by language. They don't speak English or Spanish, but a very different, tonal language called Mixteco. Hannah Guzik is a writer and assignment editor for the California Health Report




Warren Olney