Hope. Freedom. Recovery.
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Soul Space
Hope. Freedom. Recovery.
has a home
Soul Space

A Community Health Home
for Culturally Responsive Social Supports and Resources to
Advance Health and Wellness for African Americans.

A Community Health Home for Culturally Responsive Social Supports and Resources to Advance Health and Wellness for African Americans.

What We Do

Soul Space provides hands-on resources to maintain mental health, substance use prevention, financial stability, and emotional wellness through culturally affirming connections, education, and practical support.

Soul Space is cost-free to the Black community at large. We welcome individuals in unsafe and unhealthy living environments or transitioning from challenging life experiences and referrals from mental health and substance use practitioners.

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Holistic Case Management, and Coaching, Support Groups & More

Through one-on-one sessions and in groups, with a collective of experts, professionals, and peers, SOUL SPACE provides a holistic wellness strategy with Black people, including the following core services, classes, and supports:

Individual, confidential assessments and empowerment plans

Case management and navigation supports

Culturally congruent support groups

Life skills education and coaching

Stress reduction, nutrition and fitness education, and classes

Financial empowerment classes and coaching

Employment and training counseling

Capacity Building & Professional Development Trainings

In addition to Mental Health First Aid, SOUL SPACE offers customized training to build the capacity of community-based organizations and individuals to increase their ability to respond effectively to the behavioral health needs of the Black community.

A COST-FREE full-service online program, funded specifically for Sacramento residents who are Black or of African Ancestry, that helps you keep track of your income, your spending, and everything in between.

PLEASE NOTE: This workshop series is designed to be taken in sequence and requires a personal commitment to attend all four weeks.



The purpose of this group is to provide a safe and honest forum for Black men to come together twice a month and discuss issues related to being a Black man in America. We will check in, get current and talk about things that we may find difficult to discuss in other settings. We will experience the unique therapeutic value of one Black man helping another. We will discuss topics including but not limited to fatherhood, intimate relationships, sexuality, stereotypes, anger, communication, loving ourselves and our people, employment, education, socializing, and our own internal dialogue.

We will examine some of the issues that we have inherited that tend to hold us back rather than move us forward. We will look at self-defeating ways of thinking and behaving that interfere with our ability to accomplish our goals. We will support each other to identify and become the best version of ourselves. We will value the importance of giving and receiving honest and compassionate feedback and support.

Alliance of Community Partners

SOUL SPACE is building on an alliance of community partners with a focus on Black residents with essential needs for mental health/substance use prevention, early intervention, and criminal justice reentry services.

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For Training Information and Alliance

Dr. Will Walker, Director of Training and Equity

Please fill out the form below and an ONTRACK representative will contact you shortly to get the conversation started.

Soul Space is made possible by

Activities described in this program were supported in whole or in part by the California Community Reinvestment Grants Program within the Govenor's Office of Business and Economic Development.

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