501c3 Social Movement that provides mental health awareness and suicide prevention

Austin Texas Comprehensive Mental Wellness Database

Calling all mental wellness contributors of color to email us your information to be added. More information below.

Austin Texas First Comprehensive Mental Wellness Database for People of Color

We are in the early stages of creating the first comprehensive database of mental wellness contributors for people of color. This database will include therapists, clinicians, organizations, physical health providers, nutritionists, yoga instructors, holistic providers, public speakers, life coaches, counselors, university services, etc. ITS TIME TO  CREATE THE PATHWAY TO MENTAL WELLNESS TO PEOPLE OF COLOR. Please send else detail information about your services to help navigate the community in the right direction. Email link above. Your support and contributions during this time will enable us to meet our goals of continuing to provide mental health awareness to the community. Your generous donation will fund our mission.

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Who We Are

Press Release


  

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

July 1, 2018

Contact: Tarik Daniels, Executive Director/Founder

Whatsinthemirror?

(737)704-1641 

 www.whatsinthemirror.org

“Using art and advocacy to end the stigma of mental health”

New Social Movement bringing Mental Health Awareness to People of Color

AUSTIN, TEXAS-Whatsinthemirror? is a 501c3 non-profit organization and social movement that provides suicide prevention and mental health awareness through art and advocacy to people of color and low socio-economic communities.

The organization was created in Austin, Texas by Founder and Executive Director Tarik Daniels in October, 2015. “I saw a need to merge my two passions together with my background in non-profit organization and being a performing artist and writer. I truly believe that mental health is a topic and idea that has this stigma that needs to be removed. We need to enlightened our communities about the alarming numbers of suicide rates and educate on mental health and suicide prevention. It’s time to begin the conversation and do the work. Spreading love and kindness is key. We are the prevention”. Our board members include Tenee Goff, President, Eric Edmonson, Treasurer, and Nea Young, Secretary and memebr Jarryd Goff.

Whatsinthemirror? canvasses and advocates in target neighborhoods throughout East Austin. It has participated in Million Man March Rally at Givens Park, Juneteenth Health Fair. First Saturdays at The George Washington Carver Museum 2016-present , Sundays in the Park at Givens Park, Suicide Prevention Workshop at THE Q AUSTIN,NAMI Walk 2016,2017, 12th Street Return and Discover Fair, Children's Mental Health Day 2016,2017, Gender Revolution 2017, Austin Urban Health Fest 2017, 2018, and countless other events to promote awareness. The Counseling Session (play)was our first big project as an organization with an attendance over 400 people during a six show run. It was a sponsored project of the City of Austin Cultural Arts Division and Austin Creative Alliance. Other sponsors included Austin Black Pride, Capitol View Arts, Rain Nightclub, and Proyecto Teatro. In addition, it has produce the plays, Rose University in 2017 and Sukey, The Mermaid, And the Gullah Island in 2018. Future projects includes our 3rd Annual A NIght of Love, coming in October 2018.

Whatsinthemirror? is proudly a part of the Texas Association of Nonprofit Organizations and Greater Austin of Black Chamber of Commerce. 

As an organization we are always seeking funding and assistance in continuing to make our mission a reality. If any organizations or community member would like to get involved or partner as well as donate with us please contact us via email, whatsinthemirror.org@gmail.com or through our website, www.whatsinthemirror.org or any of social media platforms at Facebook, Twitter, and  

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Current Events

Write Whats Right Theatre Project

  

The Arts, Creativity, & Mental Health Initiative which is led by "Write What's Right", our theatre project that incorporates various topics such as bullying and mental health awareness for children, teens, and young adults. We held bi-weekly workshops that were led by local Austin professionals/artists since January 2018. <meta name="google-site-verification" content="WuXB-l0du1X-y71y-8w1ZtmkTpVa_c1mUbFj1fM-a6Y" />

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