There is a profound and pressing need to bring Black mental health to the forefront by destigmatizing mental health in Black communities (Teach); accelerating the deployment of culturally sensitive mental health services (Treat); and dramatically augmenting the pool of Black mental health professionals (Train). We are here to make it okay to lean in.

We are MWA.

MWA is charting the course to achieve equity and cultural competence in the mental health arena by supporting state-of-the-art mental health services for Black people in need while building a long-term system of


With his willingness to share his own experiences for the benefit of his people, Charlamagne Tha God has brought into stark relief how deeply mental health is tied to struggles for equality and dignity: “I believe improving Black mental health is a core tenet of restoring souls, igniting health, and inspiring upliftment for Black America.”

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Let’s have a conversation about the mental health gap facing Black communities. For other inquiries and concerns, you can also reach us through the contact form below.