Civil Rights Attorney Areva Martin Launches Mental Health App for Underserved Communities

September 17, 2020

We were recently mentioned in an article on Lee Bailey’s Everything Urban + Radioscope platform for our recognition of the disparities within the healthcare market for black communities across the nation and in launching Butterflly Health, a behavioral health app that is specifically crafted for underserved communities.

Originally Published in Lee Bailey's Everything Urban + Radioscope

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