Celebrating Our Memories: A Look Back on Well What Had Happened Was..." Events and Collaborations
Well What Had Happened Was: Find Hope and Resilience in Your Mental Wellness Journey
#WWHHW supports Recycle & Reinvest in their monthly community service/clean-up in the JC Napier area
#WWHHW and Men IQ Leader Joseph Bazelais made an appearance at the Black Mental Health Village Conference.
#WWHHW comes to support Calvin "Big Fridge" Bryant at his "Message to the Youth" community panel.
#WWHHW left the virtual realm and come IN PERSON for what we called "The Thinking Corner" at "Juneteenth Block Party" in Nashville, TN to not only provide local and state mental health resources and substance abuse resources, but we also had licensed clinicians and advocates in rotation. We offered free consultations for services or to help find them mental health professionals.
We partnered with Black Men Cry Too, James Bush of "Lets Have Manversations", Robert Sherrill, Nashville Thrives, TNMHSA, AAA Cleaning Services, MEN IQ, and more!
#WWHHW and Benaias Esayeas, Co- Founder and Executive Director of Black Mental Health Village at the JC Napier Parade and Block Party.
#WWHHW and 4:13 Strong representing their black greek lettered organizations at the JC Napier Day Parade and Block Party.
The #WWHHW Team joins multiple organizations and individuals for The NAMI Walk.
#WWHHW flies to New York to collaborate Black Men Cry Too Podcast and content curator Catherine Buccello along with Mac Stanley Cazeau and Kenald Benard.
#WWHHW attends Dream Initiative "Second Chance Fair" and Mayoral Panel. Robert Sherrill is the founder of Dream Initiative along with Impact Youth. #WWHHW works with the Department of Corrections daily and wanted to ensure new resources for the incarcerated population while locked up, as they get ready for release.
#WWHHW are proud partners and coalition members of Nashville Thrives along side STARS, TN Voices, MNPHD, BLK Lemonade, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, OASIS, Creative Girls Rock! AND MORE!
#WWHHW attends Project Love Strong Mixer and Networking Event.
The mission of PLS is to promote community-based philanthropy for underrepresented and disenfranchised communities, individuals, and families. With the assistance of our volunteers, community partners, corporate sponsors, and hopefully you, we hope to empower those individuals currently struggling or experiencing homelessness.
#WWHHW supports Jerome Moore of Deep Dish Conversations for his LIVE podcast/panel "Unpacking Our Criminal Legal System". He hosted black female judges of Davidson County along with Cyntoia Brown.