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Nia Noire is a community for women of color designed to educate, support, and empower
everyday sheros to take control of their mental health and wellness.
Our goal is to eliminate mental health stigma in the minority community by celebrating the vulnerability, purpose, and triumphs that grow from life's challenges while promoting multidimensional wellness.
We host comprehensive workshops led by licensed mental health professionals to educate and inform you of common health issues found in our community to ensure you are equipped with the knowledge to make informed health decisions.
For women of color stress, self-esteem, and sadness may be a part of daily life. But getting help is not. We foster a supportive network of sisters who uplift, support, and empower one another each and everyday so that having an outlet is never too far away.
We live by the mantra,
"Everything happens for a reason."
The good, the bad, and the ugly.
Our mission is to help you turn your past hardships into your life's purpose. Your unique story has the power to not only ignite your purpose, but empower the lives of others.
NIA NOIRE'S INNER CIRCLE SERIES - OCT 2017
I created Nia Noire in 2016 on my 24th birthday after finding myself head-in-hands, crying, and distraught-- going through the motions of my depressive cycle.
As much as I felt like I was alone in this feeling and the world was surely against me, I knew DEEP down, that someone, somewhere has to know this feeling, too. I thought, "Maybe I can find a group to talk to," because my pride was too much to bare being a therapist who *scoffs* "needed therapy." But through numerous Google searches, meet-ups, and online forums, I couldn't find a single group that focused on the mental health needs of Black women, like myself.
Thus, Nia Noire was born-- the result of a cry for help, desperation, and the change I needed to see in the world. I don't claim to have it figured out and I don't want to fake like I do. But the transparency, vulnerability, and power in our stories may be the impact we need to restore our community to the greatness and wellness we need to thrive.