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Social Work Resources: General Resources (BIPOC)

General Resources (BIPOC)

All of the information below can be found in this printable PDF.

General Resources (BIPOC)

Asian American Voices of Recovery: Transformation Center: A peer-led, Massachusetts-based coalition formed in 2010 to address urgent and unique mental health challenges faced by Asian American women and their loved ones.

Black Mental Wellness: Provides access to evidence-based information and resources about mental health and behavioral health topics from a Black perspective, as well as training opportunities for students and professionals.

Black Women’s Health Imperative: Organization advancing health equity and social justice for Black women through policy, advocacy, education, research and leadership development.

Blacks United in Recovery: This group is a Massachusetts-wide program.

Circles of Care: A SAMHSA Center for Mental Health Services, Tribal Training and Technical Assistance Center program that creates models of care for American Indian and Alaska Native youth.

Dear Black Women Project: An affirmation movement for Black women by Black women – includes affirmations, resources, therapist connection, and events.

Ebony’s Mental Health Resources by State: List of Black-owned and focused mental health resources by state as compiled by Ebony magazine.

The Fireweed Collective: Formerly known as The Icarus Project, the Fireweed Collective offers mental health education and mutual aid for all people while centering on the needs of those most marginalized by our society.

Just Healing: A resource site centered around aiding BIPOC communities who are fighting for justice against oppression.

Mental Health for Queer and Transgender Communities of Color: Resource guide for BIPOC services in the Boston area.

Mustard See Generation: A bilingual and bicultural space for Korean Americans.

The Nap Ministry: An organization that facilitates immersive workshops and curates performance art that examines rest as a radical tool for community healing.

One Sky Center: National resource center for American Indigenous and Alaskan Indigenous communities for access to health, education, and research.

Ourselves Black: A Platform that provides relevant, current, and engaging mental health content and stories specifically routed in communities of color.

Protect Your Mental: A community space created by a WOC to educate millennials on the topic of mental health and empower them to practice and protect their mental on a daily basis.

Unapologetically Us: Online community for Black women to seek support.

Well for Culture: A grassroots initiative aiming to reclaim and revitalize Indigenous health and wellness.