Black People Die By Suicide Too is dedicated to normalizing the conversation about suicide in the Black community. BPDBST provides education and resources that instills hope in Black people suffering from mental health conditions.
Our vision is to end suicide in the Black community.
Because of the generous support of our Sponsors Ubuntu Healing Collective and Black Women’s Mental Health Institute, we can offer free groups for a limited time. We encourage you to take advantage of this resource.
Join our virtual and in-person Black & Suicidal Peer Support Group where you can find a safe space to share your experiences, struggles, and triumphs. Our groups aims to provide a supportive community for Black individuals who are dealing with suicidal thoughts or have been affected by suicide.
Through open and honest conversations, we hope to break the stigma surrounding mental health in the Black community and offer a platform for healing and understanding. Our compassionate facilitators will guide discussions, ensuring a respectful and inclusive environment for everyone.