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Social Work Resources: BIPOC Resources for Women

BIPOC Resources for Women

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BIPOC Resources for Women

Black Girls Smile: This nonprofit provides young black women education, resources, and support to lead mentally healthy lives and highlights the under-served and underrepresented mental health needs of young Black women.

Black Women’s Health Imperative: A nonprofit organization created by Black women to help protect and advance the health and wellness of Black women and girls.

The Loveland Foundation: A non-profit organization offering financial assistance to Black women and girls seeking therapy.

National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center: A Native-led non-profit with goals to end violence against Indigenous women by uplifting the collective voices of advocates and offering culturally grounded resources, assistance, and training to strengthen tribal sovereignty.

Pretty Brown Girl: This organization empowers Black and Brown girls while encouraging self-acceptance by cultivating social, emotional, and intellectual well-being.

Sista Afya: A social enterprise that provides low-cost mental wellness services that center the experiences of Black women. They are dedicated to sustaining the mental wellness of Black women through connection to resources and the support of one another.

Therapy for Black Girls: This space was developed to present mental health topics in a way that feels more accessible and relevant. They offer resources, guides, and a directory of mental health practices that are run by Black women for Black women.