Another Life Foundation
COVID-19 Virtual Counseling Support Program
COVID-19 has had a profound effect on everyone's lives. This pandemic has caused the whole world to implement social distancing to curb infection rates. This action has caused mass unemployment, stress and anxiety. Many are at home isolated and some are suffering in silence.
Another Life Foundation (Alifef) is aware that during this difficult time, accessing mental health services can be a barrier in the Black/African-American community.
Alifef has launched the COVID-19 Virtual Counseling Support Program, to provide mental health services to the Black/African American community.
Persons suffering from anxiety and life-changing stressors related to the coronavirus. Will be able to speak to a culturally competent counselor on our network. From the comforts of their own home, via the telephone or video conferencing .
Most insurances are accepted.
If you would like to schedule an appointment.
Please contact us, to be placed with a counselor.
If you would like to support mental health and wellness in our most vulnerable communities,
If you are an African American therapist or counselor, and would like to join our licensed clinicians network.
If you need IMMEDIATE help, please call the National Suicide Helpline at:
"Researchers suggest that Black people are dying at disproportionately higher rates in the United States. For example, the city of Chicago has 72% of virus-related fatalities are of Black people, despite the fact that Black people represent for a little less than a third of the population.As of today, there have been 468, 286 people infected and 16,663 have passed. So far 25, 316 have recovered."