Cluster B was established in 2018, by Sonya Howell, and Camille Solomon, two African American women living and raising families in Sacramento County. Collaboratively we have over 20 years of experience in childhood education, special needs, geriatrics, child welfare, substance abuse, private practice, LGBTQ community, and various mental health issues including, but not limited to, sexual abuse/assault, domestic violence, anxiety, depression, comorbid disorders, and trauma.
Our mission is to improve the overall health and wellness while decreasing the disparity, in the African American Community. We intend to accomplish this by providing trauma informed therapy through individual and group therapy, in addition to, establishing community collaborations and connecting clients to resources.
Cluster B has an overall goal of breaking the barriers and bias that exist in the community by providing education in mental health awareness through evidence-based practices while building bridges to a brighter future.
The program will serve Sacramento County with an emphasis on African American individuals and families in communities impacted by economic disparities such as, low income, lack of resources, single parent homes, history of trauma, etc.
“I’ve learned that no matter what happens, or how bad it seems today, life does go on, and it will be better tomorrow.” – Maya Angelou