A Face of Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Awareness Month happens in October, but every day of the year several thousands of people are experiencing harm in their relationships. Normally when people hear of domestic violence stories they think of a woman, scarred and bruised from being battered by a man. The image of a woman’s swollen face with a black eye and bloody lip is probably the first visual that forms in most minds when they imagine someone who has experienced domestic violence.

2021-07-31T13:04:46-04:00August 8th, 2017|Awareness, Domestic Violence, Lived Experience, Self-Help|

Removing the Mask of Depression

I’ve always known that I was different. Born in Sierra Leone, West Africa, as an immigrant African woman, I have struggled with major depression all of my life. It’s a topic in my community, as in other communities of color, which is often swept under the rug. My depression was caused by numerous issues. After struggling with this issue since my early years, I decided that sharing my experience with depression is a way of empowering other women and girls to do the same, while removing the stigma surrounding depression and other mental health disorders in diverse racial and ethnic communities.

2021-07-31T13:05:05-04:00May 26th, 2017|Addiction & Recovery, Awareness, Lived Experience|

Philadelphia Celebrates NDSD

Today, like any day, you may peruse online, send a few tweets or Facebook posts, give or get advice from a family member or friend, grab coffee or lunch, or run into your local grocery store to pick up the essentials on your way home. We all have our daily routines, a rhythm to things that keep us moving through our hectic schedules.

But what if you could do something that could make a big difference for yourself and those you care about, all without missing a beat?

2021-01-02T20:42:52-05:00October 9th, 2014|Awareness, Mental Health|
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