The Black Mental Health Revolution is happening now!
The Ma'at Program is a supportive holistic therapeutic community, in which we center and work with African American/Black families in San Francisco.
Ma’at uses a whole-person approach to provide Afri-centric, culturally responsive, heartfelt, behavioral health care. We provide effective treatment to increase equity of access at no cost to clients.
VOICES OF THE UPRISING FILM SERIES
MA'AT 7 CARDINAL VIRTUES
MA'AT YEAR ONE REPORT
CLIENT SUCCESS STORIES
About Ma'at Program
In Ma’at, Black therapists and program staff work with Black children, youth, and families to help them feel seen, understood, and echoed.
The purpose of the Ma'at Program is to improve behavioral health outcomes for Black/African American children, youth, and families in San Francisco and address the historical legacy of intergenerational racism, inequity, and trauma.
HCN's vision is to support families to passionately and unconditionally affirm Blackness.
Ma'at Year One Report
Ma'at Program Year One Report (2019-20)
Annual Evaluation Report | Data with Purpose
This Year One evaluation report of Homeless Children's Network's Ma'at Program tells a data story of community engagement and program implementation to deliver Afri-centric, whole person wellness to underserved Black/African American families in communities across San Francisco.
Deeply trusting, well-established relationships in the Black community that are based solely on unapologetic Afri-centric affirming foundations, function as the life-line between systems of care and Black families.
Ma'at Program Clinician
VOICES OF THE UPRISING
Ma'at is Focused on
7 Cardinal Virtues
Through these values, we provide individual and family therapy, mobile community outreach, culturally-based referrals, and community organizing and advocacy. Ma'at is a healing community based on Afri-Centric and culturally opulent principles.