Who We Are & What We Do
A non-profit run by action-oriented peers and professionals mandated to provide a safe and culturally-anchored low-barrier space, open 7 days a week, to advance the mental health, resilience and wellbeing of our community while amplifying social justice movements and elevating harm reduction initiatives.
Our mandate is to provide active advocacy and empowerment programming for BIPoC and other vulnerable members in our community. We offer services to assist those in need, trauma-informed and culturally rooted programming, peer mentorship opportunities, system navigation assistance, and a safe space for community connection under a decolonized framework.
Our weekly programs include drop-in spaces, workshops, and empowerment opportunities for pre/post natal, youth, elders, parenting, men/women, and LGBTQIA2S+. Our services consist of resource connection, mental-health check-ins, elder support, restorative justice and afrocentric healing circles, 16 step and SMRT recovery programs, literacy support, hair/art workshops, and more. We are proud to be hosting monthly community events including art in the park, sexual education workshops, gardening programs, sports games, and multicultural concerts/festivals to aid in building bridges and adding vibrancy to our community.