There’s a fellowship of young men of color banding together to heal and help heal others from trauma.
Apply to become a certified peer specialist through the Center for Nonviolence and Social Justice.
Mental Health First Aid certification trainings free for anyone who lives, works or studies in Philly.
Everyone needs a safe place where it’s OK2BU!
Make friends at the Attic, Philly’s only independent LGBTQ youth center.
The path to your healing—and your next job—may be written in HTML.
Launch a tech career, or just explore how the future works, at Hopeworks.
Erase the stigma. Mental health is for everyone.
Joseph J. Peters Institute offers free trauma healing therapy for teens in North Philly.
Wounds heal better in the open. Get trusted guidance when you need it the most.
Contact EMIR Healing Center.
Espresso yourself at The Monkey & The Elephant.
Great coffee. Great baristas. Great mission.
HELP WANTED from Philly’s undertapped foster youth. Apply now.
Fight for justice for youth. Keep youth out of adult prisons and bring home “juvenile lifers.”
Youth Sentencing & Reentry Project provides the legal advocacy every child deserves.
The act of making art helps soothe the soul.
Join artists and activists on the Kensington Storefront community healing project.
Make time to be around people who get it, and who get you.
Seek out places of healing like Uncle Bobbie’s in Germantown.
Music is the heartbeat of our culture. It’s how we relax, celebrate and get through hard times.
Check out the Sound of Conscious Hip Hop playlist on Spotify.
Injustice itself is a form of trauma. Working to end it can help heal.
“I wasn’t in jail, I was in Yale. I wasn’t in prison, I was in Princeton. I wasn’t in the state penn, I was in Penn State.”
See how Wallace Peeples has made positivity his personal brand. @Wallo267
Celebrate the personal. Tell your story of trauma healing.
Don’t miss First Person Arts Story Slams.
Philly families are making their Reading Promise to protect every child’s right to read.
Activism fuels healing. Join Read by 4th’s Parent Advisory Council. Open to all.
Our students need great teachers who reflect their own trauma healing.
Fellowship activists are tripling the number of Black male educators in our city.
Tell your story through photos. Show everyone the world you see.
Join the Fairmount Photo Club for beginner shutterbugs with any kind of camera.