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BIPOC Mental Health YYC

This is a living directory of community resources, BIPOC mental health professionals, decolonial and anti-racist educational resources, POC-owned fitness offerings, POC-centered self-care and relevant articles.

Most of the community and mental health professional resources are specifically based in Mohkinstsis on Treaty 7 land (Calgary AB Canada), but there are several relevant resources with a reach and scope beyond Calgary listed as well.

Be well, enjoy and share ❤

Newly Added Resources – March 2022

Hello Lovelies, Here are some new resources for you to check out this month and share with your communities. Remember to take care of yourselves and your health. Stay well and enjoy! With Love,MelVee X NATIONAL QUEER AND TRANS THERAPISTS OF COLOR NETWORKhttps://nqttcn.com/en/community-resources/ Melanin and Mental Health – Community Resourceshttps://www.melaninandmentalhealth.com/resources/ Inclusive Therapist Network – USAContinue reading “Newly Added Resources – March 2022”

Virtual Black Mental Health Conference – This Sunday, March 6th 2022

Hello Everyone,  I’m passing along this information on the virtual Black mental health conference from the Africa Centre happening this Sunday. This event is FREE to register and attend. Details are below (from the Africa Centre – link here)- “We are EXCITED to announce the second annual Black Mental Health Conference this Sunday, March 6thContinue reading “Virtual Black Mental Health Conference – This Sunday, March 6th 2022”

Resource Highlights and More

Gratitude and Donations Hello Wonderful Folks,Thank you for all your wonderful support and kindness. I’ve had another request for donations, which is fantastic. If you’d like to donate, please send an e-transfer to: bipocmentalhealthyyc@gmail.com 25% of all proceeds will be donated back to BIPOC-serving and centered mental health professionals, organizations and collectives. Resource Highlight SeriesContinue reading “Resource Highlights and More”

“true resistance begins with people confronting pain…and wanting to do something to change it.”

bell hooks (1952-2021)
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