Black Mental Health Alliance of Nashville

Instead of harming ourselves and others, the world needs us to be committed to healing ourselves and each other.

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Mental Health Care is Revolutionary 


BMHA Nashville seeks to improve the health status of African Americans in Nashville and in the US by reducing health disparities through education and legislative, administrative, and media advocacy.

We want to bring awareness to the unique struggles that African Americans face regarding mental illness in the United States.

Our group aims to remove the barriers that Black people experience getting access to or staying connected with emotional health care and healing. 

Through our support groups, community discussion, and forums,  we hope to highlight the mental health needs of Black Nashvillians  & address their concerns through community organizing and by connecting members with local Black mental health providers. 


BMHA Nashville is a bold, local nonprofit organization harnessing community, data, and novel technology to facilitate innovative whole-person healing and mental health education. Through community-led healing initiatives, we aim to address mental health disparities and the well-being of Black and minoritized communities impacted by trauma, poverty, or lack of mental health care access.


BMHA Nashville envisions a world where Black people can live happy and healthy lives. To make this happen, we're working on building a supportive community interested in healing and collective liberation.

Services & Offerings


Get trained to identify and address mental health concerns in your family and community. 

Coordination of Mental Health

Helping our people navigate the mental health system.

Community Care

Providing and highlighting community care events for our people and other vulnerable groups. 

Your Role


Advocate for policy that improves healthcare access and funding to improve the mental health of Black people. 

Mental health & Social Determinants of  Health  

Learn how mental health is impacted by an individual's material needs.

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Find the resources to address different social determinants of health and improve mental health. 

Get Involved With Us

 Check out our event page for upcoming events!


Upcoming Events

  • #AIMART - Antiracism in Medicine Action Roundtable
    Multiple Dates
    Sat, Dec 10
    Twitter Spaces, Youtube Live and Our Site
    Dec 10, 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM CST
    Twitter Spaces, Youtube Live and Our Site
    The Roundtable #AIMART aims to unpack & dismantle the codified anti-Blackness in medical, healthcare, & public health practices, research, & policy in order to realize health justice & equity. 
  • Naloxone/Overdose Training
    Multiple Dates
    Sat, Dec 10
    37208 Community Building
    Dec 10, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM CST
    37208 Community Building, 2131 26th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37208, USA
    Naloxone training will teach you about the signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose, how to administer naloxone, and how to provide first aid until emergency medical help arrives.
  • Abolition in Mental Health Training
    Dec 15, 5:50 PM CST – Dec 16, 8:00 PM CST
    Join us for our Abolition in Mental Health Training!