Mental Health = Public Health
Gift Health Plus seeks to address identified mental health stigma among African diaspora communities in the United States. We provide educational awareness on mental health and well-being through publications, workshops and individual interactions.
We work with mental health service providers to develop or access culturally competent practices and policies. We provide representative information on mental health awareness and services available to the African diaspora communities.
Free Available Programs
Family Support Programs
We help provide tools for the successful management of
family problems such as single parenting, care of elderly parents, domestic violence, marital and relationship conflicts.
Outreach, Screening, Assessment, and Referral Programs
GHP Inc partners with licensed and certified mental health providers within the United States offer to services to our clients regardless of ability to pay.
Emotional or psychological problems such as depression, anxiety and loss.
Most immigrant families and seniors of African descent grapple with uncertainties stemming from acculturation. It is often difficult for new immigrants to transition to their new lives leading to sometimes undesirable psychological consequences.
This program seeks to make available to clients up-to-date information relevant to their Mental Health including government services, legal
and private services. We collate and make this information available
to our clients free of charge.
Mental Health Promotion Program
This program seeks to address the needs of the community around mental health and addictions with a focus on increasing education and awareness on the topic of mental health and reducing the related stigma.
"For some African-Americans, the stigma against therapy isn’t their biggest barrier, rather the lack of insurance and affordability of mental health care."