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Empowering people of color through mental health education and radical self care.
Envisioning a world where there are no barriers to Black healing.

The mission of the WA Therapy Fund is to alleviate the burden of cost and burden of discount to both Black clients and the therapist who serve them. The WA Therapy fund seeks to grant free therapeutic services to those within the Black community who are in need, and suffering from racial trauma, anxiety, depression, and other ailments due to systemic oppression, economic sufferings, and intergenerational trauma that has not been addressed in the past. WA therapy fund also aims to support the tuition costs of Black clinicians who will serve this community.

The vision of the WA Therapy Fund is to eliminate barriers to Black healing through providing therapeutic services at no cost to the client, while paying the therapists who serve them an adequate rate, along with tuition assistance. We envision this will prevent burn out, while supporting therapists business cost, potential student loan debt, and the cost of living.
  • Education
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    Mental Health Services

Ashley McGirt founded the Washington Therapy Fund Foundation in an effort to eliminate some of the barriers to Black healing. In response to the incessant police brutality and anti-Blackness the WA Therapy Fund Foundation was birthed.