top of page



Now open to the community! The AAIMM Baby Café is an informal drop-in breastfeeding support group for Black/African American pregnant and postpartum people.  It is completely free to join— stay for the whole session, or just a few minutes. No judgment, this is a space to celebrate infant feeding and offer support wherever needed.

Join us every Thursday, 10 am-12 pm. I hope to see you there!


African-American Focused Connection Support Group with Ishaq

NAMI Connection is offering a free support group for African American adults living with a mental illness. This group meets weekly to support attendees, build awareness and understanding, and connect with others in the African American community who face similar challenges. The group and its facilitators offer privacy and confidentiality.


Meetings require a smartphone, tablet, or computer, and registration using an email address. Online meetings are never recorded or posted. We provide a welcoming, safe, judgment-free space to share challenges and successes, and learn from one another.


African American/Black Diaspora +ADHD Peer Support Group

Each of us has a unique ADHD journey, discovering what we have in common brings us together. You don’t have to figure out ADHD on your own, talk to people just like you.

This group provides support to African American adults with ADHD. This is a safe, non-judgmental environment to learn about ADHD, share your experiences, and discover your ADHD strengths.

We provide trustworthy information:

  • Better understand ADHD symptoms

  • Learn proven life strategies, and

  • Discover the current treatment options


Life is complicated.  Living with ADHD only complicates life more. 


Join us for frank discussions on topics such as:

  • Sharing your diagnosis with family

  • Culturally competent mental health services, how to find them

  • Breaking the stigma


Do you have trouble with procrastination? Losing your keys? Forgetting? So do we.


Join us as we support and encourage each other on Monday nights.

Support Groups are open only to ADDA Members. 

Facilitators: Kofi Obeng, Lorri Jenkins & Zay Smith


Breast and Ovarian Cancer Support for Women of African Descent

This support group is dedicated to the needs of women of the African Diaspora that are currently or have gone through treatment for breast or ovarian cancer. Women may join at any time. Registration is required for new participants.

Please note that attendance is reserved for people who have received a cancer diagnosis.


The Circle

The Circle sources you with empowering guides divinely ordained connections and culturally aligned resources for them as you expand into your most authentic self.


Included with Memmbership:

  • As Above / So Below New Moon Gathering

  • The Integration Full Moon Gathering Monthly Live Video with Special Guest

  • Access to 28 Days to Alignment, our Intention & Alignment Masterclass created by our founder (a $280 life-time access extended offering)

  • Access to 21 Days to Abundance journey created by the Chopra Center Monthly Musing

  • Access to The Ritual, our founder's monthly spritual guidance and ritual suggestions

  • Access to Open Door, our open hearted vulnerability and conversation series

  • Journal Prompts, thought exercises, and more from The Circle Guides

  • Community conversations in our forum rooted in affirming our worthiness and living from a place of endless possibility

  • Access to all Special Gatherings with past guests including yoga nidra teacher Tracee Stanley, human design guide and soul purpose provoker Jas the Moon Mother, healer Mar Mouna (I See You Wellness), and dozens more.

  • Playlists, downloadable worksheets, and more bonus content and experiences to support your healing journey


DBSA Black Community Mental Health Support

by Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance

National online support groups are hosted by Support Group Central (SGC), a DBSA vendor. Upon registration, you will receive an email from SGC to assist you with managing your account.


DBSA online support groups give people living with depression and bipolar disorder a safe, welcoming place to share experiences, discuss coping skills, and offer each other hope.

Our support groups are led by peers – which means that the person guiding the meeting knows firsthand what it’s like to live with a mood disorder. In addition to our general support groups, we offer specialized groups for:

  • Young adults

  • Military Veterans from all branches of the service

  • People of color

  • DBSA friends, family, and caregivers supporting loved ones with mood disorders

  • People with co-occurring diagnoses of substance use and mood disorders

You deserve to heal with people that understand and know where you're coming from. In your healing journey,  you should be surrounded by people that share your identities.

Are you coming to terms with a potential eating disorder and/or it has been difficult for you to find safe and adequate spaces to connect with others that get you?


Join Alishia McCullough and Ilya Parker for a virtual healing space centering and led by Black people re-imagining their relationship to food and body image. 


Kings Corner is a virtual weekly meetup group for men held through Zoom. Each week there is a different topic applicable to men’s mental health issues or struggles, as well as a different qualified host specialized in the topic. We aim to offer the men both psychoeducation and therapeutic tools/resources around issues they may be struggling with.  (Topic Examples: Male Depression, Anxiety, ADHD, Stress Management, Anger Management, Self-Care, Grief and Loss, Anger Management, Fatherhood, Healthy Relationships, etc).

This is a safe space that promotes sharing, vulnerability, support, community, and brotherhood amongst the participants. This group is open to Men all over the country and internationally. King’s Corner has also been a great way to collaborate and partner with other professionals and organizations doing applicable and meaningful work in our communities.


Gun Violence Group Therapy (GVGT) will address the mental health of youth and their family members as it relates to the impact of gun violence in Philadelphia by providing educational and clinical resources around grief and how to cope more effectively. The various psycho-education/mental wellness groups will provide opportunities for communities of color to address and heal collective trauma.


Hey there! My name is Ibinye. I’m a Black, immigrant therapist who helps women of color thrive personally and professionally. I know how difficult it is to be constantly mislabeled.

Women of color like you, need a place to relax your shoulders, say it like it is and talk about the pain that has been holding you back.

In this group, you will be seen- no holds barred. I will hear you, I will respect your experiences and I will give you the tools to heal.


Lay Down Your Burdens

Everyone sees you as a strong, responsible woman-the go to woman. On the outside things look calm, but internally, you feel like you’re drowning. You know you should do something for yourself, but you struggle to.

You’ve been misunderstood, judged and you’ve had to fight to get to where you are.

You know you CAN’T give up.


You struggle to open up to your friends, because they don’t always understand. But you want and need support.

I know you’re sick and tired of being the strong woman. You want a place where you can talk about how to move away from survival mode. You want to learn how to manage your feelings and find genuine understanding. You want to be a part of a sisterhood of women who will get you- so you can thrive.

We’ll talk about:

  • Toxic work and family environments.

  • Managing anxiety, stress and lifting your self esteem.

  • Setting healthy boundaries in relationships.

  • How to take care of yourself (and we’re not just talking about manicures and massages)

  • How to ask for help

  • Self compassion

  • Managing anxiety and stress




You don’t have to explain anything. You can just be. Prepare to finally be seen.

Mocha Moms, Inc

Local Chapter Participation

Participate in all local chapter events and activities, including mothers' support meetings with topics pertinent to your life, community service projects, moms' night outs, and kids' socials.


Sisterhood and Community

Work in concert with mothers who understand your perspective as a mother of color, who share your experiences, and who will both learn from you and teach you what they know.



Use and develop leadership and management skills by taking a leadership role in your chapter. Chapter leadership offers a wonderful opportunity to use and hone your talents.


Exclusive Access

Members receive invites to exclusive special events, screenings, and activities


Member Bulletins

Receive information-packed bulletins via email with tips, articles, recipes, and news from Mocha Moms, Inc. chapters nationwide.


Online Support

Access to Member's Only Section of Mocha Moms, Inc. website which includes news and information, access to newsletters, photos and communications from chapters around the country, and links.



Reduced rates for participation in all national, regional and state Mocha Moms, Inc. functions.


Community Service Opportunities

Work with other mothers on Community Service initiatives that benefit our communities here and abroad.


Educational Summits

Encourage parents to be strong educational advocates for their children, as well as other children in their communities.