If you are seeking mental health treatment services provided by People of Color, Black, or African American professionals, resources are available:
The links provided are for informational purposes only and recommended as helpful resources. Healthy Minds Philly does not endorse any individual or organization listed.
The Ladipo Group
This group of therapists proudly serves the Black and African-American community with couples, individual, and family therapy services. They know, and research supports, that working with someone who truly understands your culture and unique experiences are the foundation for successful therapy and counseling.
Therapy for Black Girls
Here you will find a national directory of providers with a complete description of the services offered, areas of expertise, and contact information.
This group of counselors caters to the diverse community within the city, ensuring that people of color and the LGBTQ+ community get the care that they need from accepting and diverse therapists.
Oshun Family Center
Oshun Family Center provides racially concordant care to members of the Black community who are struggling to cope with life transitions. Especially those impacted by postpartum mood changes, birth, and racial trauma. They center the experiences of Black people and create a welcoming space for healing and refuge.
National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network
National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network (NQTTCN) is a healing justice organization committed to transforming mental health for queer and trans people of color (QTPoC).
African Cultural Alliance of North America Inc (ACANA)
ACANA provides culturally sensitive social services, cultural programs, economic and workforce development programs, community engagement and development programs, and other services targeting mainly African and Caribbean immigrants in the United States.
5530 Chester Avenue
Philadelphia, Pa. 19143
Coalition of African and Caribbean Communities – Philadelphia (AFRICOM)
AFRICOM empowers African and Caribbean communities in the greater Philadelphia area. Services include facilitating access to health and social services, education programming, promoting economic development, and immigration legal assistance. AFRICOM also advocates on issues of concern to the community and educates the public on African and Caribbean cultures.
6328 Paschall Ave, Suite A
Philadelphia, Pa. 19142
African Family Health Organization (AFAHO)
AFAHO works to assist, serve, and empower members of the African and Caribbean immigrant and refugee communities who experience difficulties accessing health and human services. AFAHO focuses on prevention, education, and access to treatment programs.
4415 Chestnut St, Suite 202
Philadelphia, Pa. 19104