Below are additional resources dedicated to Black mental and physical health wellness.
Mental Health Support
Black Virtual Wellness Directory – Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective
Therapy for Black Girls – Dr. Joy Harden Bradford is a licensed psychologist, speaker and the host of the popular mental health podcast Therapy for Black Girls. Her work focuses on making mental health topics more relevant and accessible for Black women.
Therapy for Black Men – With a rapidly growing directory of 251 therapists and 40 coaches throughout the fifty states thus far, Therapy for Black Men provides judgment-free, multiculturally-competent care to Black men.
Black Mental Wellness – Founded by a team of Black psychologists, this organization offers mental health insight about everything from destigmatizing therapy to talking about Black men’s mental health to practicing gratitude to coping with anxiety.
Food Heaven – Food Heaven is a multimedia platform founded by two Black registered dietitians and best friends who help people transform the way they eat and find joy in food through the practice of intuitive eating and body respect.
Yoga by Biola – Non-performative yoga education led by Nigerian-American yoga teacher and wellness entrepreneur Abiola Akanni.
Race, Racism and Black Men’s Health – A series by Men’s Health magazine highlighting some of the world’s leading Black authors, activists, athletes, doctors, trainers, storytellers, artists and entrepreneurs and how race and racism have shaped their physical and mental health throughout their lives.
Black Girls Breathing – A safe space for Black women to actively manage their mental health through breathwork and community.
National Birth Equity Collaborative – National Birth Equity Collaborative (NBEC) is one of the nation’s leading experts and an advocate for change in the Black maternal health and infant mortality crises. NBEC creates transnational solutions and shifts systems and culture through training, research, technical assistance, policy, advocacy, and community-centered collaboration.
BLKHLTH – A non-profit that engages the public and health professionals on the impact of racism on Black health—then equips them to do something about it through content, workshops, and events
Liberate – Meditation app designed for the Black experience
Why Self-Care Is a Critical Component to Racial Justice For Black People
Reimagining Self-Care for Black Folks – Mental Health America
The Four Bodies: A Holistic Toolkit for Coping with Racial Trauma
The Homecoming Podcast with Dr. Thema
ASAHL Resources on Black Health & Wellness
Podcasts & Documentaries
Historical Materials & Guides