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ACTW

Official Merchandise

Mental Health DC4DC

Mental Health DC4DC, a Dark Heather Grey Premium Unisex Tee

Premium Unisex Tee

$24.99
Mental Health DC4DC, a White Women's Slim Fit Tee

Women's Slim Fit Tee

$24.99
Mental Health DC4DC, a Sport Grey Pullover Hoodie

Pullover Hoodie

$37.99
Mental Health DC4DC, a White Premium Unisex Tank

Premium Unisex Tank

$26.99

Diverse Counselors for Diverse Communities

Diverse Counselors for Diverse Communities, a Maroon Pullover Hoodie

Pullover Hoodie

$37.99
Diverse Counselors for Diverse Communities, a Maroon Premium Unisex Tee

Premium Unisex Tee

$24.99
Diverse Counselors for Diverse Communities, a Heavy Metal Premium Unisex Tank

Premium Unisex Tank

$26.99
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About
Engaging the I.E. in conversations about, and action toward, mental health and wellness.

Community-Based Mental Health and Wellness

The Alliance for Community Transformation and wellness (ACTW) was established in 2014 with the goal of engaging the Inland Empire (IE) in conversations about, and action toward, mental health and wellness. Through community collaborations, consumer resources, professional training opportunities, quality research, and rigorous counselor education and supervision, ACTW seeks to bring information and resources to those suffering and their allies while working to end mental health discrimination. -Your purchase of ACTW merchandise will support scholarships such as the Clinical Mental Health Counseling African-American Students Scholarship, ACTW Training and Mentoring Scholarship, Diverse Counselors for Diverse Communities Scholarship (DC4DC), and the Social Justice and Advocacy Student Award.  -As part of our Diverse Counselors for Diverse Communities Campaign, this signature scholarship aims to recruit and retain a range of diverse students into the Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) program. The DC4DC scholarship funds will support the recruitment of culturally competent providers to serve the mental health needs of communities diverse in culture, race, ethnicity, ability/disability, region/spiritual beliefs, gender/expression, sexual orientation/identity, generational/age, and that are committed to serving the Inland Empire post-degree.-“The effect of racism and racial trauma on mental health is real and cannot be ignored. The disparity in access to mental health care in communities of color cannot be ignored. The inequality and lack of cultural competency in mental health treatment cannot be ignored." - Daniel H. Gillison, Jr.-Purchases will also fund regional community-based post-COVID-19 mental health resiliency and wellness initiatives.

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