We condemn the police brutality that resulted in the killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, and the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, in addition to so many other black lives. We acknowledge that racism and social injustice continue to negatively impact Black lives. As both an individual and collective trauma, we recognize the psychological impact of ongoing racism, stress, and violence in our society against BIPOC. We also recognize the particular impact witnessing these traumatic events has on members of our Black and African-American community.
BWC is committed to supporting your health and healing, both during this challenging time and ongoing as we move together through this movement of change. The accumulation of these events during this time of pain, grief and loss of connection takes a toll on us, individually and collectively. As we are in the midst of a collective grief response, the BWC encourages you to check on those you care about and to take care of yourself. If you need support, please call reach out.
BWC is open during regular business hours, providing all services through telehealth, with evening appointments available by request. During business hours Monday through Friday 8am-5pm, please call our remote confidential phone line at 310 562-4328. If it is after hours or if you want to leave a message for your clinician, please call our general clinic line at 310 825-9605 to leave a message or reach after hours support. You can always reach us at directly through emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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