Yes2Kollege Educational Resources, Inc. Family Culture Coaching Alliance, invites Sacramento County African American & minority youth (ages 12-26 years old), experiencing substance abuse disorders or any mental wellness concerns may receive FREE mental wellness treatment, therapy & counseling from African American professionals through our new program.
Next Steps Therapy provides individual counseling, life skills coaching, African American mental health/wellness education - with Licensed Clinical Social Worker Kevin Tanner &
Angela Tanner Licensed Life Coach.
SacConnect Therapeutic & Wellness Services provides fun self-care & mental wellness activities at 3 Sacramento locations. Meet our Licensed Clinical Social Workers -Shanece Okoro Duncan and Chenee Robinson.
The Diversity Doctor, Dr. Stacie Walton, teaches us how to understand & celebrate racial differences, and prepare for the racially diverse world of education, career and community. Dr. Walton is also a Pediatrician.
The Rosetta Center for Counseling and Wellness, Inc. offers one-on-one, solution-focused counseling for ages 18 and over. They also provide psychoeducational workshops and groups. All services are delivered by staff who specialize in working with the Black community.
African American Women’s Health Legacy Program Sisters Circle Support Group. Monthly 2 hour meetings at the tranquil and beautiful Oak Park Brickhouse Gallery and Art Complex.
This program is funded by Elevate Youth California, a project of The Center at Sierra Health Foundation under contract with the State of California’s Department of Health Care Services (DHCS), is funded through the DHCS Proposition 64 California Cannabis Tax Fund, Allocation 3, Youth Education Prevention Early Intervention and Treatment Account.