BIPOC Therapy Fund

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Montgomery County Counseling Center is dedicated to making therapy affordable to people whose access has been restricted due to centuries of systemic oppression. It is one of our upmost values to dismantle that cycle and provide reparations. Our work toward antiracism must be actionable. Therefore, MCCC is creating the BIPOC Therapy Fund; an imperfect but small step towards actionable allyship.

This fund will help cover therapy expenses for Black, Indigenous and other People of Color, without relying on insurance companies who perpetuate the broken system and underpay health care providers. We will use The BIPOC Therapy Fund to provide therapy services at MCCC for BIPOC clients in the Rockville, Gaithersburg, Bethesda, Silver Spring, and the greater DC metro area!

How it Works

  • Founder Laura Goldstein will establish the BIPOC Therapy Fund through an initial contribution
  • Five dollars ($5) from every MCCC therapy session will go towards the BIPOC Therapy Fund
  • Money from this fund will be used to supplement therapy expenses for local BIPOC community members
  • If you are interested in supporting this initiative, you can email Laura to get involved

BIPOC Therapy Fund Kickoff!

November 26 – December 15 2020

To celebrate the beginning of this mission, we are hosting a Thirty-One fundraiser where 10% of all proceeds will go toward this fund. Laura will then match that contribution in full.

Thirty-one is an awesome company where you can personalize all sorts of things from totes, purses, travel essentials, home organization, and home decor! They make for amazing gifts for anyone including yourself! The thirty-one business we are supporting is a local small female business owner! A perfect way to do Small Business Saturday or Giving Tuesday!

Click here shop the fundraiser!


Another way to support the cause 

If you are looking for a more established organization to support this cause, The Loveland Foundation is a fantastic agency that funds therapy for Black women and girls!


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