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Black Mental Health Village  Ladder of Engagement 


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  • LinkedIn
  • YouTube


Enthusiastically supports our mission by actively participating in select events and programs.

BMHV Member

Joins us in attending events and programs, opting to be a part of our vibrant Black Mental Health Village Community.

BMHV Member Leader

Leads by example, actively contributing to the planning and execution of events and programs through committee participation.

BMHV Internship

Takes on specialized roles within the organization, gaining valuable hands-on experience while contributing to our cause.

HBCU/ College Ambassadors

Champions mental health education and advocacy campaigns within educational institutions, driving awareness and engagement.


Assumes key roles within the organization, bringing expertise and dedication to further our mission and goals.

Board Member

Offers strategic guidance and governance, providing invaluable expertise and leadership in advancing our mission.


Reach out if you're an organization that would like to partner with us. 

  • Small Businesses

  • Faith Group 

  • Community-Based Organizations (CBO)

  • Nonprofits

  • Healthcare Groups 

Become a Corporate or Organizational Sponsor

Interested in sponsoring the work of the Black Mental Health Village? Please email the sponsorship committee at: or click the link below to fill out our form. 

Support our work

Your donation can help us more than you think. Support the work of our organization!

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  • How do I get involved with Black Mental Health Village?
    Join as a Member and attend on of our organizing meetings (events) ! Or simply email us and let us know that you're interested.
  • Do you have to be Black in order to join Black Mental Health Village?
    No! Black Mental Health Village is an inclusive organization and an equal opportunity employer. We provide resources and support without discrimination to anyone who's struggling. Still, we believe that Black people are capable of creating and leading the interventions that heal sustain our communities. This is why some of the spaces we curate are exclusively for Black people and our leadership consists of Black people. Additionally, our programs prioritize the healing of Black, indigenous and people of color impacted by poverty, trauma and poor mental health. Regardless, we believe in creating community, partnerships and collaborations with value-aligned individuals and organizations that promote racial health equity, healing and liberation. Non-Black members, volunteers, Corporate, and Organizational Sponsors are welcome to offer resources towards our initiatives.
  • Are you a tax-exempt organization described in section 501(c)(3)?
    Black Mental Health Village is officially a tax-exempt 501(c)3 Nonprofit. EIN: 88-0541300
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