Alkeme is a platform dedicated to democratizing access to health and wellness for black people. Alkeme has curated guided meditations and playlist centered around self validation, self improvement, and coping mechanisms during times of stress, all from some of the best and brightest black Healthcare professionals.
Black Emotional & Mental Health Collective host virtual events, trainings, and programs for the healing, wellness, & liberation of black & marginalized communities. Beam offers wellness tools such as journal prompts, affirmations, as well as a black virtual wellness directory for those looking for a black therapist, doula, or yoga instructor in America.
Black Men Heal is a non-profit grassroots organization founded by licensed clinical therapist that provides black men with 8 free therapy sessions. Eligibility requirements are you must be a black man living in PA, NYC, NJ, MD, D.C, VA, or GA. Black Men Heal also provides safe spaces that promote brotherhood, sisterhood, and vulnerability through weekly zoom meetups to support men and women all over the country and internationally with issues such as stress management, depression, gun violence, and grief. Check out the Kings Corner and Heal With Him groups.
Clinicians of Color is all about making it easier for bipoc communities to find a therapist of color, using their expansive directory for people of color all over the U.S. COCOA also provides trainings and other services to support therapist and Healthcare providers.
Deconstructing the Mental Health System provides 12 free therapy sessions as well as community events and an extensive listing of resources for black and brown people
Express Yourself Blackman is a podcast discussing topics such as depression, anxiety, abuse, coping with the pressure of being a man in this society, and redefining masculinity as a black man. The founder also started Safe Haven, a low cost therapy resource.
Latinx Therapy is a podcast that discusses cultural and commonly stigmatized topics with Latinx mental health professionals, influencers, and entrepreneurs. Latinx Therapy also has an extensive directory of Latin therapist all over the country, many of which are bilingual.
Therapy For Black Men has a directory of over 500 therapists and coaches throughout the US. The organization strives to break the stigma that asking for help is a sign of weakness.
National Suicide Prevention Helpline offers support 24/7 for those struggling with any intense emotions during times of crisis.
1-800-273-TALK 1-877-Suicida (Spanish)
Warm lines provide temporary support for those in need of someone to talk to. They do not provide therapy or crisis management, they offer an ear to hear you out. Each state has a warm line with different hours of operation.
Blackline is a hotline catering to black, brown, muslim, native, and black and brown LGBTQIA individuals to provide anonymous and confidential counseling to those needing immediate support.
Some of our Faves
A mix of podcast and social media pages that keep us smiling, helps us unlearn the bs and educates us with wellness gems and financial/ business empowerment.