Tribe Called BLACK!
A Tribe Called Black is a grassroots organization and growing community of Black and Latinx individuals - learning, connecting, healing, and building cultural wealth by prioritizing the experiences of persons of color.
Super Mom Series (SMS)
A hybrid weekly series over a span of 3 months. As a Black mother it is hard to uphold all of the expectations as a mom and the expectations of the world. Family doesn’t always understand or help. Maybe they live far away.. Maybe there is trauma but either way we can feel so alone and even lost.
At the completion of the series each mother will receive a Chromebook, access to some resources, as well as a community of Black and Latinx Super Moms to call on for support.
If interested please reach out to Ebony Flint directly at email@example.com by April 4th. There is limited space left.
After registering you will receive a confirmation e-mail containing information about joining.
20 Chapman Ct, Greenfield, MA 01301, USA
For more info contact AJ : firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 413-824-8393
Multicultural Wellness Resources:
Grassroots organization and growing community of Black and Latinx individuals - learning, connecting, healing, and building cultural wealth by prioritizing the experiences of persons of color.
Social Wellness & Peer Support Community empowering Black Women
Peer Support Line - 888.407.4515 (Do Not Leave A Voice Mail)
General Wellness Resources:
Alternatives to Suicide
Hearing Voices Network
Afiya is the first peer-run respite in Massachusetts and one of only a few dozen in the country. Afiya (A-FEE-yah) is a Swahili word that means “physical, emotional and spiritual health and wholeness.”
I am intentionally leaving out clinical resources not because I am against them at all, but because they are easily accessible and more often used.
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