Who Are We

The Black Brain Campaign is geared to help the community learn more about mental health and to advocate to ensure treatment is provided with cultural humility. Our Mission is to reduce the stigma and improve mental health in the community by providing education, resources, and advocacy.

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Children are not things to be molded but are people to be unfolded.

The Black Brain Campaign is a nonprofit 501c3 organization created to eradicate the stigma against mental health in the Black community by providing a holistic approach to therapy treatment. Our services include being a resource in the community by providing individual and family counseling, training, and mental health resources. For therapists, we provide clinical training, scholarships, and preparation to become licensed in the state of Pennsylvania for Professional Counseling and Marriage & Family Therapy. In addition, we provide supervision and an opportunity Approved Supervisor.




Donate today to help people gain access to mental health treatment. Donations aid with providing resources and hosting events in the community around mental health and wellness.

“Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us.”

Happiness cannot be pursued; it must ensue.

Happiness cannot be pursued; it must ensue.


LEAP is a 12-month training course, which includes weekly training toward the licensure exam, individual supervision, and an opportunity to gain clinical hours toward licensure. At the end of the 12 months, program participants will be well prepared to sit and take the Pennsylvania licensure exam for Marriage & Family Therapy and Professional Counseling. Finally, The Black Brain Campaign covers the cost for training, study materials, supervision, and exam fees.

The Black Brain Campaign
5429 Chestnut St Suite G3
Philadelphia, PA 19139
Monday-Friday 9am-9pm
Saturdays 9am-5pm

Eradicate the stigma of mental health in the black community!

“Removing the stigma of mental health through community education and advocacy.”