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Your mental health is our priority.

Udada is where Black girls and women are not only heard but also understood concerning their mental health.

Welcome to the Udada Project: Community-Led Mental Health for Black Female Youth in Canada. We are not merely a project; we represent a movement committed to reshaping the mental health landscape for Black girls and women aged 16-26, tailoring our support to meet their specific needs. Please, come on in, explore our vision, engage with our initiatives, and become a part of the journey toward a brighter future for Black Female Youth.

What Udada Offers?


Our services are custom-designed for Black girls and women, addressing their unique experiences and challenges.


We firmly believe in the power of community, and our initiatives are driven by the voices and needs of Black female youth.


Our approach covers a wide spectrum of services, ranging from counselling to skill-building programs, ensuring a well-rounded and inclusive approach to promoting mental well-being.


We are not just providing services; we are advocating for systemic change to create a more inclusive mental health landscape.


Each month, we shine a light on a dedicated mental health professional whose commitment and expertise have touched the lives of many.

From the Blog

We are dedicated to open conversations about mental wellness, cultural identity, and ending mental health stigma. Join us in empowering mental well-being and exploring the intersection of identity and mental health for a happier world.

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Get involved and make a difference.

Join us on this transformative journey. Whether you are a Black female youth seeking support, a passionate advocate, or an organization looking to collaborate, there is a place for you at Udada.

Our Sponsors

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