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We heard you were looking for us!

Are you tired of searching for Wellness Professionals that get it? Are you looking for someone who understands y(our) language, y(our) experience, the difference between y(our) ethnicity and culture without having to explain it before you can even get into “why” you are in the room? Or do you desire someone who speaks y(our) language, is a part of y(our) culture or ethnicity, so you can ‘SAY LESS’ & JUST start the healing journey!

Look. no. further!

Healing is hard work - but the good news is, you don’t have to do it alone.
Both Healing & Trauma can be resolved communally!

hello there, we look forward to connecting!

Soul Wellness, Social Support, & Therapeutic Services (SWSS&TS) is a Haitian Women-Owned & led Wellness Collective, that decided to disrupt the healing narrative, course correct, and curate the space we knew we needed it to be.

Again, WELCOME! 

We are happy you have chosen SWSS&TS, but more importantly that you have chosen YOU, and Y(OUR) Wellness

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Welcome to Y(our) wellness community!

You deserve to be seen, heard, valued, respected, and most of all belong in a commUNITY of those who are wanting to see you heal & win.

 

Healing is hard work!

Let's navigate y(our) wellness journey together through, connection, CommUNITY, & Compassion

impacts of mental wellness
on our CommUNITY

The BIPOC commUNITY, is often invisible! Especially those of us who suffer from issues CONNECTed to their mental wellness, thus the data is significantly skewed because we are historically underreported and underserved!

Approximately

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Asian American/ Pacific Islander

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1
Latinx/ Hispanic

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1
Black/ African American

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1
Native/ Indigenous

According to Mental Health America (MHA.ORG) 41.8% of the US population self-identifies as being a member of the Black, Indigenous, Person of Color  (BIPOC) CommUNITY – 13.5% of those migrated here, from another commUNITY.

However; BIPOC Wellness Professionals only account for 4.1% of  ALL Mental & Emotional Wellness Professionals.

68% of the BIPOC Wellness Professionals represented in that 4.1%  report having a waitlist for services.

SWSS&TS IS BRIDGING THE GAP- WE ARE CONNECTING -
BIPOC PEOPLE TO BIPOC WELLNESS PROFESSIONALS!

We disrupt cycles of underreporting, lack of access, & waitlisting through a FULL Wellness Collective FULLY focused on serving and representing the BIPOC CommUNITY!

We put faces, names, & feelings back into our CommUNITY!

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