Annually, BMHA provides over 600 referrals to individuals seeking licensed culturally-competent clinicians for behavioral and mental health treatment.
Annually, over 100 behavioral and mental health professionals receive Continuing Education Units through BMHA.
BMHA is intentional in its efforts to provide meaningful, engaging and empowering monthly programming educating Black people on their ability to heal both individually and as a community.
BMHA Response to COVID-19
The Black Mental Health Alliance, Inc., (BMHA) is concerned about the safety and well-being of our employees, members, volunteers, communities and friends. This commitment guides us as we now face the COVID-19 national emergency. We recognize the role we play in promoting our mission to develop, promote and sponsor trusted culturally relevant educational forums, trainings and referral services that support the health and well-being of Black people and other vulnerable communities. Although our office location is closed at this time due to the executive order issued by Gov. Hogan, the BMHA staff is working remotely and accessible via email and phone. Our work will continue, and we remain committed to protecting our staff, volunteers and educating the broader community about the impact of this pandemic.
CLICK HERE to participate in the COVID-19 Virtual Townhall Meeting hosted by BMHA on March 30 at 7 PM.
We provide a trusted forum for culturally-competent mental health programs and services for Black and marginalized communities.