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Welcome to the Mental Wealth Alliance

The Mental Wealth Alliance (MWA), founded by Radio Hall of Famer Charlamagne Tha God (Lenard McKelvey), works to achieve equity in the mental health arena by bringing Black mental health to the forefront, where it belongs. Through its three pillars of programming, MWA strives to destigmatize mental health in Black communities (Teach); expand the delivery of culturally competent mental health services for Black people (Treat); and dramatically grow the pool of Black mental health professionals (Train). MWA has also positioned itself as a unifier and uplifter of existing centers of excellence in the Black mental health space by spearheading the creation of the Collaborative for Black Mental Wealth–many of whose members will be featured in this important event.

iHeartMedia New York and Charlamagne Tha God in Partnership with The Mental Wealth Alliance Hosted an Impactful Mental Wealth Expo on World Mental Health Day

The 2022 expo featured an incredible lineup of prominent speakers including Dr. Alfiee Breland-Noble, Sarah Jakes Roberts & Touré Roberts, Anthony Hamilton, Jay Barnett, Rapsody, Devi Brown and many others.

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Our Proprietary Pillars Of Impact

MWA works to raise awareness, end stigma, and expand access across three pillars of programming:


MWA’s Teach pillar focuses on expanding awareness of Black mental health issues, dismantling the accompanying stigma, and increasing resources for Black mental wellness. Initiatives under this pillar include advocating for the implementation of... Read More


Under its Train pillar, MWA will dramatically increase the number of Black mental health professionals by providing culturally competent training, as well as unprecedented financial support. MWA is actively setting up scholarship programs at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)... Read More


Treat for MWA is centered around providing free mental health services for Black people, by Black people. Recognizing the challenges of not only finding but affording quality, culturally attuned mental health care, MWA will provide over 10,000 hours of free care to individuals via a network of vetted... Read More

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Healing in the public eye

Charlamagne Tha God, Anthony Hamilton, and G Herbo open up about the importance of mental wealth and healing as Black men.

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