Therapy practice that specializes in substance abuse, promotes health, provides positive images of our community & supports other black-owned businesses.
Black Empowerment Collectives supports the needs of the black community through counseling, workshops, seminars and the promotion of other black owned-business. We understand that people of African decent in America have a unique dysfunction brought about by the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. Our desire is to support the needs of the individual, the family, and the community, collectively. When working collectively, we are stronger and healthier. When working collectively and patronizing our own businesses, this allows economic deficits to become profitable. When working collectively by getting involved in our schools, religious organizations, community centers, and the like, this eliminates separation within families, neighborhoods, and cities, therefore promoting black unity.
Even though Black Empowerment Collectives' main agenda is to unify and empower the black community, we do not discriminate against race, nationality, gender, religious preference, sexual orientation, age, or political view.
717 N. Broadway Street, Dayton (OH), 45402, United States