Black Mental Health
Online Resource for College Mental Health
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Counseling and Therapy Resources for Black / African Americans
- Black Emotional and Mental Health (BEAM) Collective - “A collective of advocates, yoga teachers, artists, therapists, lawyers, religious leaders, teachers, psychologists and activists committed to the emotional/mental health and healing of Black communities.”
- Black Girls Smile - “Ensuring all young African American females receive the resources and support necessary to lead mentally healthy lives.”
- Black Mental Health Alliance - “Mission: To develop, promote and sponsor trusted culturally-relevant educational forums, trainings and referral services that support the health and well-being of Black people and other vulnerable communities.”
- The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation - Mission: Eradicate the stigma around mental health in the African American community
- Inclusive Therapists - Inclusive therapist directory, online trainings and workshops, and inclusive mental health events.
- The Loveland Foundation - Therapy fund uses donations to fund mental health services for Black women and girls.
- My Brother’s Keeper - My Brother’s Keeper, an initiative of the Obama administration, aims to unite and amplify the voices of black
men through mentorship.
- National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network - A healing justice organization that actively works to transform mental health for queer and trans people of color in North America.
- The Safe Place App - Mental Health app geared toward the Black community. App features include: Black mental health statistics,
inspirational black quotes, self-care tips
- Therapy for Black Girls - A space for Black women developed to navigate mental health in an accessible and relevant manner
Black Communities Online and Beyond
- 100 Black Men of America - Working to improve the quality of life within the African American Community.
- Dive In Well - Resources, gatherings, and workshops working toward an inclusive wellness industry.
- Ethel’s Club - “A social and wellness club designed to celebrate people of color, online and IRL.”
- The Marsha P. Johnson Institute (MPJI) - A community that heals, organizes, advocates, and develops transformative leadership, and
promotes our collective power.
- Project LETS - Peer Support for Mental Healing.
- The Unplug Collective - “a place where Black and Brown women and non-binary folks can share their stories about existing in their bodies without being silenced or censored.”
The Top 50 Addiction & Mental Health Resources For Black Men (southeastaddictiontn.com) - We’ve compiled a list of the top 50 resources to support Black Men who are struggling with addiction or mental illness.
- https://beam.community/ - Black Mental Health and Wellness Collective.
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