WE ARE THE
MINORITY MENTAL
HEALTH PROJECT,

And we’re on a mission.

Minority Mental Health Project 2022: God can't fix what we don't face!Our New Video!

Good mental health is vital to our physical health and our well-being as individuals, as families, and as a community.

Minority Mental Health Project (MMHP) seeks to empower Black and Brown individuals, families, and communities in Louisville and its surrounding communities, who have historically faced multiple barriers to accessibility, affordability, and availability of culturally appropriate mental health practitioners. Minority Mental Health Project works with community partners to provide mental health resources and education and engages in policy and advocacy.

Genuine care is fundamental for the fortitude of our community, our people, and our souls. MMHP stands with you, ready to help build a more empowered, equitable, and compassionate community. One of the ways that we do this is through our Community Voucher Program. This is a program that seeks to eliminate barriers and stigma for individuals for mental health care services. 

Minority Mental Health Project (MMHP) seeks to empower Black and Brown individuals, families, and communities in Louisville and its surrounding communities, who have historically faced multiple barriers to accessibility, affordability, and availability of culturally appropriate mental health practitioners. Minority Mental Health Project works with community partners to provide mental health resources and education and engages in policy and advocacy.

Genuine care is fundamental for the fortitude of our community, our people, and our souls. MMHP stands with you, ready to help build a more empowered, equitable, and compassionate community. One of the ways that we do this is through our Community Voucher Program. This is a program that seeks to eliminate barriers and stigma for individuals for mental health care services.

Our Vision

Minority Mental Health Project is committed to the creation of equitable and compassionate communities and the development of optimal mental health that empowers individuals, families, youth, and adults to strive for and embrace their best life.

Mmhp Has Three Central Objectives:

Increase Awareness

To increase awareness of the nature, magnitude, and resources addressing mental health challenges in Louisville communities.

Reduce Stigma

To reduce the stigma of seeking therapeutic services by creating a network of peers, businesses, and faith-based organizations who advocate for culturally appropriate therapy.

Reduce Stigma

To reduce the stigma of seeking therapeutic services by creating a network of peers, businesses, and faith-based organizations who advocate for culturally appropriate therapy.

Provide Access to Care

To link individuals and families to culturally appropriate practitioners, thus increasing the utilization of therapeutic services within Louisville communities.

Damon Cobble founded the Minority Mental Health Project (MMHP) in 2019.

Damon works as a Mental Health Practitioner at Jefferson County Public Schools and serves as Executive Director of MMHP. He is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist-Family based in Louisville, Kentucky. MMHP seeks to break down barriers to culturally appropriate therapeutic support communities, decrease the stigma of seeking therapy in minority communities, and provide resources connecting individuals and families to culturally appropriate practitioners.

Minority Mental Health Project | Blog

Cultivating good mental health is a journey, and educating yourself on ways to do so is vital to your overall health. View the posts below from MMHP founder Damon Cobble and other mental health experts for easily-digestible tips, topical information, and resources for maintaining good mental health.

Minority Mental Health Project 2022 | God can’t fix what we don’t face!

Minority Mental Health Project Webinar Series is meant to bring awareness our community. God can't fix what we don't face segment tackles the sigma of religion and mental health in the black community. This...
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Contact Us

For questions or more information about our organization, contact mentalhealth@mmhplou.com or 502-272-4467.

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