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Umoja Health, Wellness & Justice Collective Welcomes You

Creating Community through Connection and Culture

At Umoja Health Wellness and Justice Collective we are working to create a community in which people who have experienced personal, systemic, generational and historical trauma can collectively move through the healing process and receive the support that is right in order to access opportunities to live a healthy and productive life.

What Brings You Here?

Umoja Health, Wellness and Justice Collective is more than just an organization,

it is a movement toward healing and recovery.

Whether you are here as a first step to healing or are already on the road to recovery, or if you are hoping to share of your experience to support others, or would like to partner through commitment or professional services, there is a place for you at Umoja Health, Wellness, and Justice Collective

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Michael Hayes sitting across from a woman teaching, his hand on his chest

Services and Programs

The journey to recovery is a courageous one.  Whether you are on your first step or well along your way, Umoja Health, Wellness, and Justice Collective is here to support you.

Peer Support Specialist Certification

Are you ready to share your lived experience as a way to support others on the journey?  If so, Peer Support Specialist Certification may be right for you!

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Partnership through Commitment

Whether you have hours, gifts, or finances to give, Umoja Health, Wellness, and Justice Collective welcomes support of all types to carry the work forward.

Professional Services

Feature the story of Umoja Health, Wellness and Justice Collective at your event or in your organization through story telling, training & education, and consultation.

Resmaa Menakem
My Grandmother's Hands: Racialized Trauma and the  Pathway to Mending our Hearts and Bodies

"In today’s America, we tend to think of healing as something binary: either we’re broken or we’re healed from that brokenness. But that’s not how healing operates, and it’s almost never how human growth works. More often, healing and growth take place on a continuum, with innumerable points between utter brokenness and total health." pg 12

Contact Umoja Health Wellness and Justice Collective

441 North Louisiana Ave Suite E, J, K
Asheville NC 28806


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