Black Mental Health Connections Montreal is a collective of passionate individuals and organizations that advocate for mental health awareness. Their work questions the systems that perpetuate institutional racism and oppression. This is crucial in understanding why they have chosen to organize in a non-hierarchical structure. From the beginning, the organization was formed to organize individuals […]
Hello everyone! On behalf of the various individuals and organizations involved in Black Mental Health Connections, we’d like to welcome you to our growing website and our first online presence. Within the website, we will be updating sections regularly regarding top articles and resources, but to keep with us on the go and on the […]
Tonight, Wednesday March 29th at 6 pm Leslie Nikole and Audley Coley will co-facilitate OVERSTAND: A Discussion of Mental Health in Our Community at DESTA (1950 St.Antoine Ouest Montréal H3J 1A5) Overstand is a discussion group that was created to give a chance to members of the community, to express themselves about the overall impact […]
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Black Mental Health Connections Montreal emerged following a mental health events attended by community organizers in 2013 where they acknowledged the lack of culturally appropriate resources for the Black community.
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