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Psychosis REACH offers concrete, evidence-based skills for relatives and friends of individuals with psychotic disorders to better care for and relate to their loved ones. It takes a proven psychotherapy for people with schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and modifies it to the needs of caregivers. Participants will learn:

  • Normalizing and making sense of psychosis

  • Evidence-based coping strategies

  • Key caring principles

  • Communication practices

  • Working with medication

  • Relapse prevention strategies


The Family Peer Navigator was created with the mentality "for us, by us". We are a group that have come together to help connect with, inform, guide, and empower the Black community on matters around early psychosis and other mental health concerns. As a group we represent family members, community members and advocates, providers, and researchers. If you are interested in joining our efforts to improve pathways to care for Black and African American families, please contact us at


NAMI is a national organization dedicated to supporting families and caregivers and individuals experiencing mental illness. NAMI offers many support and educational groups, as well as resources for anyone affected by mental illness. To visit the NAMI website as well as links to local affiliates, click the button below.

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Passages Family Support is community for recovery and growth. Passages welcomes families, youth, and children who are facing mental health challenges in Northeast Washington. It has a licensed outpatient mental health clinic which provides recovery-based support services, coordination of care, classes, and advocacy. To learn more about Passages Family Support, click the button below.

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Mothers of the Mentally Ill (MOMI) is a grassroots organization of mothers (and fathers) dedicated to advocacy and support for their loved ones experiencing mental illness in Washington State. For more information, visit their Facebook page via the button below.


The Therapy Fund Foundation is the leading organization in Washington state offering free mental health services to Black community members with with equitable pay for clinicians. The Therapy Fund is developing a pilot program in San Diego and plans to expand across the nation! is about connection: connecting communities of color/culture with counselors who understand and connecting counselors of color/culture with a network of support.

People of color/culture spend our daily lives as "minorities" navigating a "majority" culture. Seeing a counselor or clinical supervisor doesn't have to be another place where you speak for / explain your culture. Other counselor listings primarily search by location, but the closest counselor isn't always the best fit. gives you the opportunity to search by the things that matter to you most.

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