The external resources below have been specifically identified for members of the Black, Indigenous and people of color community.

Please note that these are external websites and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Kenyon College.

• Center for Healing Racial Trauma: Kentucky based. Resources and training available

• Minority Mental Health: Mental Health America

• Mental Health 4 Muslims

• MuslimWellness

• Beam Community: Black Emotional And Mental Health Collective

• Mozaic

• Desi LGBTQ Helpline for South Asians

• The Okra Project

• The Trevor Project

• Trans Lifeline

• Strong Hearts Native Helpline

• Dear Black Women Project: an affirmation movement for Black women including resources for mental health

• Ethel’s Club: paid membership-based virtual community with classes, live events and wellness resources for promoting wellbeing in people of color

• POC Online Classroom: contains readings on the importance of self-care, mental health care, and healing for people of color and within activist movements

• Real to the People: paid membership-based opportunity to proactively take care of your mental health

• Sage and Spoon: free online eating disorder peer support group for BIPOC

• Sister Afya Online Sister Support Group: support group for learning from other women and learning life skills to improve mental well-being ($10/session fee but contact if fee is prohibitive)

• Talkspace Support Group: free Facebook peer support group for coping with racial trauma, moderated by licensed clinicians

• Therapy for Black Girls Podcast

• Nopal Kweenz Podcast: 3 Latinx therapists addressing mental health in the Latinx community

• Mental Health Mukbang: Podcast by the Asian Mental Health Collective

• How to Love a Human

• Militantly Mixed

• 3 Psychs and a Mic

• Hood Therapy

• The Happiness Lab

• Latinx Therapy

• The Baggage Reclaim Sessions

• Joy Revolution 

• The Melanated Social Work Podcast

• The Safe Place: An app that helps raise awareness of mental health issues in the Black community

Liberate Meditation: A meditation app for the Black, Indigenous and people of color community



• Headspace