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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.  

  

Each A4YBC cohort 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.   

 

We cover a variety of topics, which include:  

  •  Accessing the appropriate academic services & support for your child within the public school system  

  • Systemic Racism and navigating White spaces  

 

  • Learning about behavioral health and neurological differences

  • Social Emotional Learning (SEL)  

  • Utilizing community resources    

  • Obstacles to effective parenting 

 

  • Alternative and Allopathic treatment methods   

The course is taught by trained clinical & health professionals and those with lived experiences — who understand what you're going through because they've been there.  

If you have any questions,  please contact:

 

Ashley Brown-Hagan at NAMI San Francisco 

ashley@namisf.org or 909-313-2512

The Kummba Project is hiring!
Click the button below to read the job description and and see if the position is right for you! 

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