This organization works to advance healing justice by transforming mental health for queer and transgender people of color. They have lists of community and practitioner resources, including crisis hotlines and a therapy directory. This resource is great for minority communities needing mental health services. Services can be filtered by location and professionals can request to join their directory.
Inclusive Therapists serve underrepresented communities through its mission to be a mental health liberation movement creating change through decolonial education, collective care, and activism. They have a directory which allows users to filter by name, keyword, location, insurance, language, service, and specialty.
This is a collection of interviews of Black and biracial young adults adopted by white parents. It features personal stories of two dozen individuals “who hail from a wide range of religious, economic, political, and professional backgrounds.” This book explores how adoption affects racial and social identities, friendship and marriage, and lifestyle. It also includes overviews of the history and current legal status of transracial adoption (as of 2000).
This source lists 3 scholarships that are relevant to students who are of Haitian descent. More information about their requirements (GPA, credit hours, age, etc.) is given in their descriptions.
This foundation offers Black communities resources, connections, and support needed to help break the silence and stigma around mental health. It offers a directory of mental health providers and programs serving the African-American community, African American Cultural Competency training, a mental health scholarship fund, and more.