Our Blog & Outreach
Register here for Virtual Therapy (for young people)
If you are in crisis and need immediate support or intervention, call the mental/behavioral health crisis line of your county behavioral health office. Trained crisis workers are generally available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. If the situation is potentially life threatening, please go directly to your nearest hospital emergency room.
If you are a teen or young adult in need of mental health support, register here for up to 5 FREE virtual sessions.
Please give our team 72 hours to get in touch with you on your request.
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AAKOMA Project, Inc
4201 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, VA 22203
09:00 am – 05:00 pm
What We Do
Check out this great video from our Black History Month Event at Industrious showcasing what we do at the AAKOMA Project.
NBC Washington | Virginia Doctor’s Mental Health Initiative Offers Help for African-American Communities
Dr. Alfiee Breland-Noble, founder of the AAKOMA Project, teamed up with the Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation to provide free virtual mental health treatments to help underserved communities in Northern Virginia.
Can We Talk? Event
To help establish AAKOMA as a go-to resource for evidence-based mental health outreach and education with Black youth and families we will:
- Formally introduce the AAKOMA Project, Inc. to our local community.
- Reduce stigma and promote emotional well-being among marginalized youth.
- Lay groundwork for long-term capacity building and sustainability.
Ring the Alarm Report
In December 2019, the AAKOMA Project and Dr. Alfiee participated as members of a national working group along with Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman and the Congressional Black Caucus to develop and share a report on the crisis of African-American and Black youth suicide and mental illness. Our report is located on the Congresswoman’s website here.
AAKOMA + BHM Event
It’s no secret that AAKOMA loves the kids, but a lesser known fact is that our outreach also involves parents and teens from diverse backgrounds. AAKOMA is excited to continue building relationships with adolescents and their parents/caregivers across cultural backgrounds for mental health.
BSUFIU in DC
On January 29, 2020, The AAKOMA Project, Inc. was asked to present our work to a group of students representing the Black Student Union of Florida International University. We shared our learning of the past 20 years and our vision for the future. (FIU).
Student Success and Mental Health Recognition Gala
In the Fall of 2021, AAKOMA is preparing to honor young people of diverse backgrounds who represent themselves and their communities with honor. These young people are focused on optimal mental health for all.