about SwsS

Healing is hard work - but the good news is, you don’t have to do it alone.

our CORE val-you's

We val-you commUNITY, ComPASSION, & CONNECTion. We honor that we often experience trauma communally but heal in silos. We have compassion for where both our clients and wellness professionals have been and where they are going. We believe in Connection other wise known as social support, the concept that we are all walking the journey healing together, hence the (OUR) in y(our) being in parenthesis, since we are doing the hard work of healing in tangent.

our CORE val-you's

CONNECTION

Be accepted & supported in y(our) healing process with help from wellness professionals that look like you.

COMMUNITY

You don't have to do it all alone.

COMPASSION

Compassion for where you are, where you've been and every "where" in between.

CONNECTION

Be accepted and supported in your healing process with help from licensed professionals that look like you.

COMMUNITY

You don't have to do it all alone.

COMPASSION

Compassion for where you are, where you've been and every "where" in between.

Journey with US, in CONNECTion, CommUNITY, & ComPASSION!

it is our mission

It is our mission to connect people to wellness professionals who are like them in language, culture, and experience to create inclusive places where BIPOC people can feel seen, heard, valued, respected and most of all belong.

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.

it is our vision

It is our vision to take therapy and wellness outside of the therapy room. We bring wellness initiatives and our wellness collective to y(our) commUNITY through connecting with governments, municipalities, agencies, and educational institutes. We provide skills and tools to address wellness, trauma, and grief in y(our) leadership teams, employees, and those you serve.

it is our vision

our goal

We are building a national wellness collective of BIPOC wellness professionals to meet the needs of the BIPOC commUNITY. According to Mental Health America,  41.8% of the US population who identify as BIPOC, in a field where only 4.1% of therapists are BIPOC, and of those, 86% have a waitlist. The need for culturally, ethnocentric, and linguistically matched therapists & wellness professionals continues to rise.  Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death in the US, and the MOST preventable. We are building this wellness collective for you, the person who needs a place to walk y(our) healing journey.  You remain the expert of y(our) life and partner with a wellness professional who serves as a subject matter expert. Together you co-curate a wellness journey you can walk together step by step. We launched this initiative to provide both the wellness professional and person seeking wellness services with a marked increase in quality of life.  Wellness Professionals earn a fair living wage, enjoy work-life balance, and CONNECT to our commUNITY of BIPOC wellness professionals!

impacts of mental wellness
on our CommUNITY

The BIPOC community who suffer from issues connected to their mental wellness is significantly underreported and underserved!

Approximately

1
Asian American/ Pacific Islander

Approximately

1
Latinx/ Hispanic

Approximately

1
Black/ African American

Approximately

1
Native/ Indigenous

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

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