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Support Groups 

We know that everyone isn't ready to talk to a therapist. Heck, not everyone can even afford a therapist. But we all deserve healing! That's why we're creating support groups to help people connect and be vulnerable. We want people to come together, support each other and heal as a community. 

Online Black Community Support Group

Partners

HBCU Safe Space

Location

Zoom

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Our online Black community support group is a great way for members of the Black community to come together and support each other through difficult times. We provide a safe space for individuals to share their experiences, discuss their struggles, and receive emotional support from others in the group. It is a place to find understanding and acceptance, as well as to learn from the experiences of others. This type of group can be especially beneficial for those who may not have access to in-person support groups or who may feel uncomfortable discussing their issues in a public setting.

 

Our platform is a place for members to discuss issues such as racism, discrimination, and other forms of oppression. It can also be a place to find resources and support for mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, and trauma. We strive to create a safe, non-judgmental environment where members can openly discuss their experiences without fear of judgment or criticism.

 

Our online black community support group is open to all members of the Black community, regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, or religious beliefs. We believe that everyone should have access to a safe and supportive environment where they can feel heard and understood. We hope that our online Black community support group can provide a place of solace and understanding for those who need it.

The Ase Community 

Partners

No Exceptions Prison Collective

Location

In-person (Nashville, TN -TBD)

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