Financial Resources

Hope for Hallie

Hope for Hallie is a non-profit supporting families and teens ages 13-21 in seeking financial support for up to 8 therapy sessions. If you are in this age range and might benefit from this support, please reach out by using the google form under "Click here to get connected to a therapist." 

Hibiscus Rose Fund

Hibiscus Rose Fund is a non-profit started by a Black, non-binary clinician in Philadelphia to provide support for Black queer and/or trans people in need of financial support for therapy. They provide mini-grants for up to 5 individual sessions or 6 group sessions. They also provide mini-grants to support Black queer and/or trans people in obtaining letters for gender-affirming medical care.   Click here to apply. 

The Loveland Foundation

The Loveland Foundation is a non-profit that provides financial sponsorship to Black women and girls for up to 12 therapy sessions with $120 per session. Applications are opened up on a quarterly basis. Click here to apply.

Project HEAL

Project HEAL is a non-profit that aims to improve access to eating disorder treatment. They provide a free assessment for eating disorder treatment as well as referral to their programs that provide financial assistance for treatment through their HEALers Circle partners, cash assistance program, and insurance navigation program. Click on Project HEAL above to get connected with their programs. is a non-profit that aims to increase therapy access for Nigerians across the diaspora. Applications for therapy grants open quarterly and are available to those of Nigerian descent, including first and second generation immigrants. If selected, they provide $120 per session for up to 8 sessions. Click here to apply.

National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network, Mental Health Fund

The Mental Health Fund is a project initiated by the National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network aimed at increasing access to mental health support for QTBIPOC by QTBIPOC* (*Although the MHF was designed to support QTBIPoC working with QTBIPoC practitioners, funds can be used to access services from competent non-QTBIPoC clinicians chosen by the recipient.) Applications are opened quarterly and provide financial scholarships to recipients for up to 8 sessions with grants of up to $100 per session. Click here to apply.