To teach Black women and women of color how to build abundance and generational wealth through mindset transformation. Our mission is to inspire change and growth, and to involve Black women in curating their own spirit-led, abundant, and purposeful lives.
To teach Black women how to build generational wealth through spiritual abundance and alignment with God.
Mental Health Facts for the Black community
- African Americans are 20% more likely to report having serious psychological distress than adult whites.
- African Americans are more likely to have feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and worthlessness than are adult whites.
- While African Americans are less likely than white people to die from suicide as teenagers, African American teenagers are more likely to attempt suicide than are white teenagers.
- In 2017, the US age-adjusted suicide rate for African Americans was 6.61.
- African Americans of all ages are more likely to be victims of serious violent crime than are non-Hispanic whites.
- Black Americans are twice as likely as non-Hispanic whites to be diagnosed with schizophrenia.
- African Americans have beliefs related to stigma, psychological openness, and help-seeking, which affect coping behaviors.
- Stigma prevents African Americans from seeking treatment for mental illnesses.
- Black Americans are over-represented in jails and prisons.