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  • Mental Health Liberation:  Invest in BIPOC Wellness. Mental Health Liberation aims to provide equitable access to culturally responsive, identity-affirming therapy for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities. The organization bridges BIPOC individuals with free, quality mental health care and empowers Clinicians of Color.

  • Holistic Black Healing Collective: The Holistic Black Healing Collective is a welcoming community passionately dedicated to the healing and liberation of black and brown individuals. Recognizing the challenges of navigating a world filled with racism, sexism, transphobia, homophobia, fatphobia, xenophobia, and more, this space is created for communal healing. It provides an opportunity to come together, support one another, and reclaim space in a world that often minimizes our pain and asks us to be less than who we are.

  • Loveland Foundation:  Loveland Foundation is committed to showing up for communities of color, with a particular focus on Black women and girls. Their resources and initiatives are collaborative, prioritizing opportunity, access, validation, and healing. The foundation aspires to be the ones they've been waiting for.

  • Melanin & Mental Health®:  Melanin & Mental Health® connects individuals with culturally competent clinicians dedicated to serving the mental health needs of Black and Latinx/Hispanic communities. The organization promotes the growth and healing of these communities through its website, online directory, and monthly events. Melanin & Mental Health® also plans events across the US to connect clinicians with potential clients and gain insight into changing mental health dynamics in different cities.

  • The Nap Ministry:  The Nap Ministry, founded in 2016 by Tricia Hersey, explores the liberating power of naps. Their "REST IS RESISTANCE" framework engages with performance art, site-specific installations, and community organizing to create sacred and safe spaces for communal rest. The organization facilitates immersive workshops and curates performance art that views rest as a radical tool for community healing, addressing sleep deprivation as a racial and social justice issue.

  • Black Men Heal:  Black Men Heal is a grassroots nonprofit organization established in 2018 as a response to a broken and inequitable mental health care system that does not prioritize the needs of marginalized Black and Brown communities.

  • Sista Afya Community Mental Wellness:  Sista Afya envisions Black women across the African Diaspora being free from psychological and physical illness through mutual support and accessible mental wellness care. The organization centers the well-being of the whole person.

  • Black Mental Wellness:  The mission of Black Mental Wellness ®, Corp. is to provide access to evidence-based information and resources about mental health and behavioral health topics from a Black perspective. The organization aims to highlight and increase the diversity of mental health professionals while decreasing mental health stigma in the Black community.

  • Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective (BEAM): Focuses on the mental health and emotional well-being of Black communities.

  • Black Mental Health Alliance: Provides resources, referrals, and advocacy for Black individuals seeking mental health support.


  • National Queer and Trans Therapist of Color Network: Connects queer and trans people of color with therapists.


BIWOC Resources

• Women of Color Network:

Phone: 1-800-537-2238



• INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence:



•The Audre Lorde Project:

Phone: 1-718-596-0342



Resources for Latinx Individuals

• Casa de Esperanza:

24-hour crisis line / Línea de crisis 24 horas: 1-651-772-1611



• National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities:

Phone: 1-651-646-5553


• Mijente: 

We are a political home for Latinx and Chicanx people who seek racial, economic, gender and climate justice.


Resources for Immigrant Individuals

• The National Immigrant Women's Advocacy Project:

Phone: (202) 274-4457



Resources for Indigenous Women

National Indigenous Women's Resource Center:

Phone: 855-649-7299



Resources for Asian/Pacific Islander Individuals

  • Asian Mental Health Project:  Asian Mental Health Project is dedicated to providing educational resources and community care initiatives that make mental health care more accessible and approachable for the Pan-Asian community. The organization creates multimedia resources, hosts community events, and offers mental health assistance grants to support the well-being of the community.

• Asian and Pacific Islander Institute on Domestic Violence:

Phone: 1-415-954-9988


•Committee Against Anti-Asian Violence (CAAAV):

Phone: 1-212-473-6485


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