Support for Black Communities
This page has a list of resources that offer support services for Black survivors who have experienced sexual assault, sexual harassment, relationship violence, stalking, or sexual exploitation.
A confidential survivor support agency or hotline, such as the campus PATH to Care Center can also help you get connected to support. For urgent 24/7 confidential support, call the Care Line at 510-643-2005.
- Black Healing Spaces at UC Berkeley (Campus Resource)
- There are several Black healing spaces being sponsored on campus by students, staff, faculty members, and alumni. All healing spaces share the goal of providing a safe space for fellowship, community, and Black issues at UC Berkeley.
Campus Resources for the Black Community at Berkeley is a webpage curated by University Health Services to help you find various resources for community, organizing, healing, and wellness for the Black community at UC Berkeley.
Black Health Matters is a webpage curated by University Health Services to share resources for the wellness of Black community members, including counseling for Black and African American students.
- National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network (Off-Campus, National Resource)
- An interactive digital resource that helps Queer and Trans People of Color (QTPoC) locate QTPoC mental health practitioners across the country.
- Therapy for Black Girls (Off-Campus, National Resource)
- Therapy for Black Girls is an online space dedicated to encouraging the mental wellness of Black women and girls. The website hosts a therapist directory and other resources. To find a therapist, go to their Find Therapists page and enter your address to get started.
Please note that svsh.berkeley.edu lists resources for the purpose of helping people who have been impacted by SVSH know their options for resources. The listing of any resource not affiliated with the University of California on this website does not constitute an endorsement of any resource by the UC. The University of California is not responsible for the services of an external resource.