What We Do

Programs & Services

We offer a wide range of programs and services to meet the needs of those affected by our cause.

We help them and their families by providing programs, information and resources to assist in their journey. We also help by raising awareness through public outreach, media and content.

  • Silence the Shame Community Conversations

    Silence the Shame Community Conversations are curated in Atlanta and various cities throughout the country panel discussions with mental health professionals advocates to knock out stigma.

  • Community Conversations: Faith and Community Based Capacity and Recovery Initiative with DBHDD

    Faith and community leaders are essential in these conversations as they are often the first place that individuals and families reach out to when they experience challenges, behavioral health issues and/or traumatic events. The workshops include various leaders from Faith-Based organizations, churches, and communities through out the state of Georgia.

  • Community Conversations with Aids Health Foundation

    A Community Conversation with Aids Health Foundation to knock out stigma around mental health and HIV in the Black community.

  • Teen Mental Health Forums

    Panel discussions with licensed mental health professionals, mental health advocates, and people with lived experiences. After the panel, teens get to engage in breakout discussions.

  • Behavioral Health Training

    Silence the Shame offers free Mental Health First Aid Trainings in the Atlanta area. Mental Health First Aid USA is an 8-hour course that teaches a 5-step action plan encompassing the skills, resources, and knowledge to help an individual in crisis connect with appropriate professional, peer, and self-help care.

  • College Campus Ambassador Program

    For one semester, eligible college students become ambassadors to create mental health awareness/programming on their own campus.

  • Community Conversations with the Aids Healthcare Foundation

    Discussing the double stigma of mental health and HIV in the black community.