BIPOC Students

Support for Black and African-American Students 

On-Campus Resources

Black and African American students can rely on support from campus resources such as the Intercultural Center, Diversity Organizations like the Black Student Union, the Bias Incident Response Team, the Black Lives Matter subcommittee of the College Committee on Inclusive Excellence, the Mission and Ministry Center, and Counseling and Psychological Services

Resources in the Community

Black and African American students who prefer to seek support off campus can turn to the following resources:

A Good Comprehensive Listing

https://www.self.com/story/black-mental-health-resources

Therapy and Coaching

Therapy for Black Girls

Find an African-American Therapist in Your Area

Sista Afya

Inclusive Therapists

Dr. Mullan

Black Female Therapists: Application for Free Therapy Service

The Love Land Foundation: Apply for therapy funding

Black Mental Health Alliance

Black Mental Health Collective

Therapy for Black Men

Black Men Heal

Queer and Trans Therapists of Color

Meditation, Yoga, Community, Readings, and More

Healhaus

Self-Care Tips for Black People 

Digital Self-Care for Coping with Trauma

BLM Meditation for Healing Racial Trauma

Emotionally Restorative Self Care for POC

Dive in Well

The Nap Ministry

The Siwe Project 

The Black Bay Area on Instagram

General Coping Strategies

Grief and Racism: 8 Ways to Support Yourself

Liberate Meditation App

Black Mental Wellness

Black Girls Smile

Support for API Students

Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council

SMC College Committee on Inclusive Excellence API Subcommittee

Find an Asian Therapist in Your Area

Support for Latinx Students

SMC Institute for Latino and Latin American Studies-Covid-19 Community Resources

Find a Latinx Therapist in Your Area

Support for All BIPOC Students

Steve Fund

Mental Health America BIPOC Mental Health