Liberate: Liberate is a meditation app for the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color community. Content is specifically geared toward experiences of Black people, Indigenous people, and people of color. It is available on Android and iPhone.
Phone and Text Lines
- The Steve Fund: Crisis text support for young People of Color. To access, text “STEVE” to 741 741.
- DeQH: 908-367-3374 (Peer-run hotline for South Asian/Desi LGBTQ+)
- www.translifeline.org English: 877-565-8860
- Melanin and Mental Health- Between Sessions Podcast
- LatinX Therapy Podcast
- The Diverse Minds Podcast for International Students of Color
- What is Racial Trauma and How to Practice Radical Self-Care
- 365 Days of Affirming Black Life and Amplifying Black Love
Self-Care Resources for Students of Color
- Taking Care of Yourself and Others During Racial Trauma: A guide for healing in the face of race-based turmoil
- Mental Health First Aid USA: 3 Self-Care Tips to Cope With A Culture of Violence
- 5 Self-Care Practices Black People Can Use While Coping With Trauma
- Black Lives Matter Meditation
- Tips for Self-Care: When Police Brutality Has You Questioning Humanity and Social Media Is Enough
- Just Jasmine Blog- Self-Care for People of Color After Emotional and Psychological Trauma
- 3 Things You Should Know About Intersectionality and Self-Care
- Bullying and Victimization and Asian-American Students
- Coping with Race-Related Stress
- Model Minority Stereotype for Asian Americans
- Centro de Apoyo, Asociación de Psicología Americana
- How Black Women Have Historically Used Yoga As a Tool for Healing
- 30-Minute Yoga Sequence for Total Beginners with Jessamyn Stanley
- Black Girls with Gardens
- Radical Self-Care 25 Tips for Black People
- Self-Care in times of Social Unrest
Online Healing Spaces and Resources
- BIPOC Mental Health Resources (PDF)
- University of Kentucky Anti-Racism and Racial Trauma Resources
- Boston College Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture Racial Trauma Toolkit: #racialtraumaisreal
- BEAM: Black Emotional and Mental Health: BEAM offers mental health toolkits and resources
- Historical Trauma and Cultural Healing
- National Alliance on Mental Illness BIPOC Resources
- Ourselves Black
- The Loveland Foundation Therapy Fund
- Therapy for Black Girls
- Sista Afya for Black women across the African Diaspora
- Therapy For Black Men: articles and blog posts.
- Brooklyn Zen Center People of Color Sangha
- South Asian Sexual & Mental Health Alliance
- The Asian Mental Health Project
- Asian Mental Health Collective
- Behavioral Health Division of the Indian Health Service
- We R Native A resource for, and created by Native people.
- Well for Culture
- One Sky Center
- Center for Native American Youth
- Melanin and Mental Health
- The Nap Ministry
- LatinX therapy Wellness Resources
- National Alliance for Hispanic Health
- American Association of Black Psychologists FamilyCare, Community Care and Self-Care Tool Kit: Healing in the Face of Cultural Trauma
Registered Student Organizations
- Asian Pacific American Student Association: Meets Fridays from 3:30-5 p.m. via Zoom. Interested students should contact APASA at firstname.lastname@example.org or find the organization on Instagram or Facebook.
- Black Student Union: Meets Mondays at 7 p.m. via Zoom. Interested students should contact BSU at email@example.com or find the group on Instagram.
- Latino Student Alliance: Meets Wednesdays at 8 p.m. via Zoom. Find LSA on Instagram and Facebook.
- The Organization of Minority Psychology Students: Interested students should contact TOOMPS at firstname.lastname@example.org. Find the organization on Instagram.