Meet Your Wellness Provider

A Tribe Called Black / Ebony Flint

Support Groups for Black women, mothers, Black youth

A Tribe Called Black is a grassroots organization and growing community, that is prioritizing Black and Brown individuals - learning, connecting, healing and building cultural wealth by prioritizing the experiences of persons of color.

Ebony, Founder & Chief Trainer
Ebony Flint founded "A Tribe Called Black," a peer support initiative to promote well-being and create cultural wealth in her community.
Ebony grew up in the projects in Boston and identifies as a trauma survivor, having overcome the struggles of life with continuous sexual and emotional abuse from a very young age. Ebony is passionate about teaching strategies to help others navigate and address emotional and/or mental distress and other challenges as both a parent of a child with special needs and a person who has overcome traumatic experiences alone.

Ebony is also highly skilled in program development, training, and group facilitation. Ebony is a board member of the Council Against Institutional & Psychiatric Abuse (CAIPA). This council is the advisory board for the Disability Law Center. She has experience working with people both within the community and in hospital settings. Ebony is a Certified Peer Specialist, a Peer Group Facilitator for Alternatives to Suicide and Hearing Voices Network, and a Wellness Recovery Action Plan Facilitator.

Certified Peer Specialist
Charting the Life Course Ambassador
Alternatives to Suicide Trainer/Facilitator
Hearing Voices Network Trainer/Facilitator
WRAP Facilitator

When not at work, Ebony enjoys sarcastic shirts, UFC, spending time with her daughter, traveling, and listening to music—especially rap.

Hear what Ebony has to say about how support groups can help those who need mental wellness support.

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