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Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC communities)

AAKOMA’s mental health for youth of color focusing on raising consciousness among individuals, providing accessible tools for ongoing management, and shifting systems to receive youth and provide better care. See link:

Asian American Health Initiative’s Resource library. See link:

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s mental health resources for underrepresented communities. See link:

MA DPH information and resources specific to communities of color. See link:

Asian Mental Health Collective’s tool for finding a therapist and related news links. See link:

Asian Women for Health has events, resources, podcasts and news focused on Asian Women. See link:

Black Girls Smile focuses on Black female mental wellness. See link for education, resources, and


Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective’s site for healing and wellness. See link:

Black Mental Health Alliance site with resources and relevant articles. See links:

Black Mental Wellness’ site with community support and knowledge. See link:

Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation’s website offering Black community resources, connections and

support needed to break the silence and stigma around mental health. See link:

Center for Black Women’s Wellness site about wellness and empowerment. See link:

Center for Native American Youth’s site with resources and articles. See link:

DeeDee's Cry provides resources on suicide prevention and loss & mental health education for the BIPOC community. DeeDee's Cry (

Estoy Aqui provides action-oriented trainings based on the value of interdependence and the importance of curiosity, validation, and consent when supporting others. They look beyond individual responsibility and examine the systems and practices that impact well-being. See link: Estoy Aqui LLC | Suicide Prevention Education with a Social Justice Twist (

Eustress website to bring awareness to the importance of acknowledging, improving, and preserving mental health, a topic often marked by stigma and denial, particularly in the black community. See link:

Inclusive Therapists’ site to find care available in English and Spanish. See web link:

Latinx Therapists and Speakers. See link:

MA General’s guide to mental health resources for BIPOC mental health. See link:

MANA - A National Latina Organization with resources and information. See link:

Mental Health America‘s site with mental health Resources for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.

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Mind Right’s site for culturally-responsive, daily coaching over text message for people who want to talk, judgment free. See link:

National Alliance for Hispanic Health’s site with resources and information. See link:

National Alliance on Mental Health’s site for Black/African American identity and cultural dimensions.

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National Asian American Pacific Islander Mental Health Association promotes the mental health and wellbeing of the Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander communities. NAAPIMHA strives to raise awareness of the role of mental health in an individual’s health and wellbeing. See resource section with this link:

National Institute of Health, Addressing the Crisis of Black Youth Suicide. See link:

National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network organizes mental health practitioners to establish a network where therapists can deepen their analysis of healing justice and where QTPoC community can connect to care. See link:

Pure Spark is the Black Women’s MA Wellness Directory providing resources and an extensive provider network. See link: Home – PureSpark (

Racial and Ethnic Disparities from the Suicide Prevention Resource Center See link:

Samaritan’s list of organizations supporting Black, Latinx, Asian American and Pacific Islander mental health with relevant articles. See link:

South Asian Mental Health Alliance, a non-profit network dedicated to mental health awareness, acceptance, support, and empowerment. See link:

The Pretty Brown Girl Foundation offers and sustains grassroots programs accessible to girls with the greatest needs, with the strong commitment to inspire positive self-esteem and self-love among young women of color. See link:

The Steve Fund’s site is focused on supporting the mental health and emotional well-being of young people of color.  The Steve Fund works with colleges and universities, non-profits, researchers, mental health experts, families, and young people to promote programs and strategies that build understanding and assistance for the mental and emotional health of the nation’s young people of color. See link:

Therapy for Black Girls has information on finding a therapist, a blog and a guide to therapy. See link:

Therapy for Black Men has coaching, resources and therapy linkages that help break the stigma that asking for help is a sign of weakness. See link: or

Therapy for Latinx website. See link:

Tufts University’s Anti-Racism Resource Guide. See link:

We-R-Native, a site by/for Native Youth see link:

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