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Welcome to the AAKOMA Project

AAKOMA believes that to meet the mental health needs of Youth of Color, we need to operate at three levels – raising consciousness among individuals, providing accessible tools for ongoing management, and shifting systems to receive youth and provide better care.

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July 23, 2022

UJC Summit: Inaugural Social Justice Convention

Dr. Alfiee joined a panel moderated by Charlamagne tha God about decriminalizing mental health.

MTV White House Mental Health Youth Action Forum 2022

April 1, 2022

MTV, in coordination with the Biden-Harris Administration and 18 leading mental health nonprofits, convened the first-ever mental health youth action forum to drive culture from awareness to action.

Racial disparities in mental health care: An explainer and research roundup

May 18, 2022

Dr. Alfiee joined Adrienne “Gammy” Banfield-Norris’ podcast to discuss combating self-doubt.

May 10, 2022
Your toolkit
Stats & Facts
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Stats & Facts

Back to School
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Back to School

Mental Health Tips
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Mental Health Tips

Tabletop COVID-19 Mental Health Tips
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Tabletop COVID-19 Mental Health Tips

Social Media Tips
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Social Media Tips

Self-Care @School
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Self-Care @School

COVID-19 Help Strategies
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COVID-19 Help Strategies

Dr. Alfiee

Alfiee M. Breland-Noble (known professionally as Dr. Alfiee) is a pioneering psychologist, scientist, author and media contributor. As founder of The AAKOMA Project 501c3, she envisioned and built The AAKOMA Project from an academic medicine research lab in major teaching hospitals (at Duke and Georgetown) into a thriving Woman of Color led, million-dollar mental health nonprofit.

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