AAKOMA Receives Funding in Support of Racial Healing

AAKOMA Receives Funding in Support of Racial Healing

“For too long, racial trauma was the elephant in the room that we did not discuss as a society. Today, that conversation is starting to change. We’re honored to be supported by the Community Foundation of Northern Virginia at this critical time to help...
Black Mental Health Matters Now More Than Ever

Black Mental Health Matters Now More Than Ever

We must say his name, George Floyd, and we must remember how he was taken from us through senseless violence. The tragedy of his death is exacerbated by our inability to safely grieve due to coronavirus and the resulting restrictions placed on our families and...
Dr. Alfiee on CNN’s Coronavirus Town Hall

Dr. Alfiee on CNN’s Coronavirus Town Hall

Watch AAKOMA Project founder Dr. Alfiee Breland-Noble join Taraji P. Henson, Anderson Cooper, and Sanjay Gupta to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the African-American community on CNN. You can watch the entire conversation here.
New! MidWeek Mindfulness with the AAKOMA Project

New! MidWeek Mindfulness with the AAKOMA Project

Starting WEDNESDAY May 13, 2020, join The AAKOMA Project Teen Board and Dr. Alfiee for weekly 10 minute mindfulness meditation. We want to give you a little respite in the middle of your week in the midst of this coronavirus stress so we’re offering a few...

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 officeTrained 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.

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