Where destigmatizing mental health and healing is everyday behavior and never taboo.

Our Mission:

To reduce the stigmas and taboos surrounding mental health in Black and marginalized communities of color through literacy and healing.

Monthly Mental Health Reads

We can no longer ignore the fact that Black, Indigenous and marginalized communities of color don’t receive sufficient knowledge about how our mental health affects nearly everything we do.


Download Pallah.Co’s Free Self-Care Journal and start taking care of you.

Donate to the Get Licensed Fund.

Did you know that the average cost for a Social Worker to get licenses is over $300? The Get Licensed Fund was created by Pallah after she realized the expenses associated with the Social Work licensing application process in order to seat for the ASWB exams. Please donate by purchasing an item from The Self-Equity Shop or The Pallah.Co Apparel Shop. Donate via CashApp by scanning the image to the left. Thank you in advance.

Black adults living below the poverty line are more than twice as likely to report serious psychological distress than those living above it – NAMI

One study showed that 63% of African Americans believe that a mental health condition is a personal sign of weakness. This stigma can act as a deterrent from people seeking mental health care when they need it – NAMI

…Facing racism, discrimination and inequity that can significantly affect a person’s mental health. Being treated or perceived as “less than” because of the color of your skin can be stressful and even traumatizing – NAMI


Download Pallah.Co’s Self-Care Journal

Find A Therapist. Self-Care Tips. Therapy Funding.