FOR THE BLACK COMMUNITY
Black Emotional and Mental Health
This nonprofit collective is made up of advocates, artists, therapists, religious leaders, activists, psychologists, and others who are "committed to the emotional/mental health and healing of Black communities."
BLACK EMOTIONAL AND MENTAL HEALTH COLLECTIVE
Black Mental Health Alliance
The Baltimore-based nonprofit helps connect black people
searching for a therapist with "culturally-competent and
patient-centered licensed mental health professionals" through its confidential referral service.
BLACK MENTAL HEALTH ALLIANCE
Black Women's Health Imperative
This nonprofit organization was founded by black women to
"help protect and advance the health and wellness of Black women and girls." The site includes information about physical health as well as a quiz to determine your stress level.
BLACK WOMEN'S HEALTH IMPERATIVE
Association of Black Psychologists
Self-Care Tool Kit
This 26-page tool kit, written in English and Spanish, contains
information about how stress and trauma affect the body and
mind, and self-care strategies for dealing with the effects of racism.
ASSOCIATION OF BLACK PSYCHOLOGISTS SELF-CARE TOOL KIT
Emotional Emancipation Circles
Emotional emancipation circles are self-help groups "designed
to help heal the trauma caused by anti-Black racism." EEC facilitators have been trained in dozens of cities across the U.S., including Los Angeles, New Orleans, and Baltimore.
EMOTIONAL EMANCIPATION CIRCLES
Melanin and Mental Health
Run by two black women who are therapists, this website offers
a directory of "dope," culturally competent therapists, a podcast
about mental health, and additional resources.
MELANIN AND MENTAL HEALTH
Therapy for Black Girls
Therapy for Black Girls provides mental health and well-being resources for black women and girls. It includes a
directory of culturally competent mental health professionals,
a podcast, and a membership-based support community.
THERAPY FOR BLACK GIRLS
The Safe Place App
Developed by Jasmin Pierre, a black woman who survived a suicide attempt, The Safe Place app is designed to reach black users with information about mental health and self-care tips and resources. The app is free and available at the Apple Store
and Google Play.
THE SAFE PLACE APP
An hour-long presentation that can help increase mental health
awareness in African-American communities by addressing a
number of important topics
BLACK MENTAL HEALTH ALLIANCE
Dive in Well
An organization offering digital classes on various wellness practices, to create a more inclusive wellness industry. Dive in Well hosts donation-based digital events like breath-work classes and therapy sessions aimed at centering self care.
DIVE IN WELL
This social and wellness club for people of color, originally based
in Brooklyn, has pivoted hard during the pandemic and now offers a digital membership club featuring virtual workouts, book clubs, wellness salons, creative workshops, artist Q&As,
FOR ALL COMMUNITIES
44 Mental Health Resources for Black People Trying to
Survive in This Country
Click below to read the article by Self.
44 MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES FOR BLACK PEOPLE TRYING TO SURVIVE IN THIS COUNTRY
Compassion Fatigue Symptoms and
If you’re feeling exhausted or numb, crying, or losing sleep because of the people who you care for, you are experiencing compassion fatigue symptoms.
COMPASSION FATIGUE SYMPTOMS AND STRATEGIES
Compassion Fatigue Awareness
Mission: To promote an awareness and understanding of compassion fatigue and its effect on caregivers. They are
committed to gathering, documenting, and disseminating useful information that can be readily introduced
into caregiving environments in order to impact the lives of caregivers in a positive way.
COMPASSION FATIGUE AWARENESS PROJECT
One Village Healing
One Village Healing [OVH] is an emerging New Haven based
wellness and resilience initiative dedicated to creating spaces,
gatherings, and programming, rooted in the values of the
healing justice movement.