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The Center promotes hope, health and healing through mental wellness awareness by utilizing and implementing evidenced- based education and life skills training program courses that have been shown to reduce the negative consequences of untreated or under-treated mental illness for people of color. Our training, mental health courses and education programs embrace biological, economic, psychological, social and spiritual principles supporting restoration and renewal of the human spirit, providing trainees with the latest state of the art information.

Through workshops, virtual and digital training courses and psycho-education programs, the Center is able to educate and empower trainees about how to better support their clients/constituents, on potentially devastating life issues, such as homelessness, trauma, domestic violence, unemployment, and mental health conditions. Social workers, mental health professionals, first -responders, families, and peer counselors, learn about risk factors, symptoms, protective factors as well as what to expect when treating and navigating the treatment process and how to successfully help manage the journey to implementing change.

board of directors

Derek H. Suite, M.D.
Chairman

Dr. Keshia Ogaro
Secretary

Anthony Forrester
Information & Systems Director

Sherine Chung
Treasurer

April Griswold

Advisory board

Renee Sutton

Steve Reid

Lynne Holden, M.D.
mentoring in Medicine/Montefiore

Scotti Williston
NYU

Gail Wright Sirmans, Esq.

Whitney Tymas, Esq.

OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Darcel Dillard-Suite, M.S.

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Mental health fallout from Covid-19 has been unprecedented. Over 100,000 have lost their lives. Depression and uncertainty and Racial Stressors are at an all time high.

Females who are 20-24 years of age are at the greatest risk of nonfatal intimate partner violence. 1 in 3 Americans are suffering from a mental disorder in any given year…that is over 75 million people. About 30 to 50% of adults will experience a mental illness at some point in their lives.

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