BIPOC Mental Health Resources
SELF-CARE FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE BLACK, BROWN, INDIGENOUS AND PEOPLE OF COLOR
We recognize that many mental health conditions are being triggered as a result of the pandemic, the economic crisis, and repeated racist incidents and deaths. Learn more about mental health conditions including anxiety disorders, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Empowers people within underserved and underrepresented communities – immigrants, refugees, black, indigenous, people of color, and LGBTQ+ to share their stories to normalize conversations about mental health and inspire hope and well-being, one story at a time.
Provides access to evidence-based information and resources about mental and behavioral health topics from a Black perspective, as well as training opportunities for students and professionals.
Provides culturally sensitive self-care support and teletherapy for Black men and their families, currently in the pilot program available only to residents of MD, VA, and DC. Residents of other states can join the waiting list and will be notified when Henry Health is available in your state.
Aims to educate and empower Asian communities seeking mental healthcare.
Advances health equity and social justice for Black women through policy, advocacy, education, research and leadership development.
Promotes the integration of behavioral health and primary care treatment, while respecting the balance, wellness, and resilience of AI/AN people.
Raises money for mental health services provided by licensed clinicians in its network. Individuals with life-changing stressors and anxiety related to the coronavirus will have the cost for up to five (5) individual sessions defrayed on a first-come, first-serve basis until all funds are committed or exhausted.
Prioritizes opportunity, action, validation, and healing for communities of color with a particular focus on Black girls and women. Includes a therapy fund to provide assistance to Black women and girls seeking therapy nationally.
Aims to remove the barriers that Black people experience getting access to or staying connected with emotional health care and healing. It does this through education, training, advocacy, and the creative arts.
Raises awareness of the mental health challenges associated with depression and stress that affect Black men and families. The website offers an online toolkit that provides Omega Psi Phi Fraternity chapters with the materials needed to educate fellow fraternity brothers and community members on depression and stress in Black men.
Connects individuals with culturally competent clinicians committed to serving the mental health needs of Black & Latinx/Hispanic communities. Promotes the growth and healing of diverse communities through its website, online directory, and events.
Promotes affirmations, resources, therapist connections, and events for Black women by Black women.
Explores and promotes the healing power of napping for BIPOC communities – with a focus on Black people – whose rest is challenged by the ever-present trauma in their lives.
Complies list of Black-owned and focused mental health resources by state.
Provides resources for American Indigenous and Alaskan Indigenous communities for access to health, education, and research.
Provides information, resources, and a “Find a Therapist” locator to connect with a culturally competent mental health professional.
LGBTQ+ Youth Mental Health Resources
Delivers educational and support resources for LGBTQ individuals, as well as promoting competency on LGBTQ issues for counseling professionals
Offers numerous resources for LGBT individuals experiencing mental health conditions and psychiatric professionals with LGBT clients.
Learn more about mental health and how to engage kids in important topics by accessing the resources at eachmindmatters.org. The organization has gathered a list of resources, including mental health resources for children and families, plus mental health resources for young adults.