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BIPOC Cultural Facilitator, Presenter & Educator
(415) 763-8705 email@example.com
Sharon had spent the majority of her career traveling internationally and nationally as a corporate meeting and event planner, when the 2020 pandemic brought her work to a standstill. During a severe depressive episode, a lightbulb came on and she felt moved to find an opportunity to serve and find work that was more meaningful to her life and regain hope and healing. Because many family members, including herself, struggle with moderate to severe mental health issues, discovering NAMI SF, became the obvious choice to start that journey and she decided to volunteer by facilitating the
BIPOC and Peer Support Groups and found healing through the service of sharing her story, as well as offering support to others. She is honored to have gained the opportunity to fulfill a higher role as the BIPOC Cultural Facilitator, Presenter & Educator
Black Indigenous and People of
Color Support Groups
NAMI SF offers free and confidential mental health support groups for people of all backgrounds. Additionally, we offer Black, Indigenous and People of Color Support groups for individuals living with a mental health condition and loved ones of individuals living with a mental health condition. These groups are managed and facilitated people that BIPOC peers. Our support groups offer understanding, encouragement and hope for individuals (18+).
Advocating for Your Black Child
NAMI SF in partnership with The Kuumba Healing Project / SFDPH is pleased to offer
Advocating for Your Black Child. (A4YBC) is a free, 8-week psycho-education series for Black parents and caregivers of Black children & teens (elementary-high school) living with mental health and/or learning differences. Advocating for Your Black Child (A4YBC) is offered in a virtual group setting so that you can safely and confidently connect with other Black Parents. The class provides critical information & strategies created specifically with the Black family in mind. The A4YBC curriculum provides a wealth of practical resources throughout the series. It was designed specifically to support the Black family in navigating school, political and social systems for your child.