Ladies United In Wellness

As we embrace the vibrant spirit of Women’s History Month in March, we the Wellness Team at the Struggle of Love Foundation (SOLF) find ourselves reflecting on the remarkable contributions and resilience of women throughout history. In the realm of mental health, it is crucial to acknowledge the unique challenges faced by women of color and celebrate their strength, courage, and perseverance.

Historically, women of color have confronted intersectional barriers, navigating through societal expectations, racial inequalities, and gender-based discrimination. These experiences often impact their mental well-being, emphasizing the need for culturally sensitive and inclusive mental health support. At the SOLF, we recognize the importance of fostering mental health within our diverse community of women. Here are some key considerations and initiatives aimed at promoting mental well-being for women of color at SOLF:

Cultural Sensitivity: Our mental health services prioritize cultural sensitivity, acknowledging and respecting the diverse backgrounds, values, and traditions of the women we serve. By creating an inclusive and affirming environment, we aim to make everyone feel seen, heard, and understood.

Community Support Groups: We offer support groups specifically tailored to the experiences of women of color. These groups provide a safe space for shared experiences, empowerment, and connection. By fostering a sense of community, we aim to combat isolation and strengthen mental health.

Empowerment Through Education: Knowledge is a powerful tool in the journey toward mental well-being. Throughout Women’s History Month, our women’s group will be addressing the unique mental health challenges faced by women of color. Topics will include self-care practices, stress management, and resilience-building strategies.
Intersectional Approach to Therapy: Our mental health professionals are trained to adopt an intersectional lens when working with clients. Recognizing the interconnectedness of race, gender, and other social identities, we strive to provide personalized and effective therapeutic interventions.

Celebrating Resilience: Let us take this opportunity to celebrate the resilience of women of color. By highlighting stories of triumph, strength, and achievement, we hope to inspire and uplift our community.

In honor of Women’s History Month, we are delighted to introduce “Ladies United in Wellness” (LUIW), a women’s empowerment therapy group designed to celebrate the uniqueness and beauty of being a woman while prioritizing mental wellness.

When: Every Tuesday from March 5th to April 16th, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Where: In-person at the Love Center located in the Struggle of Love Foundation, 12000 E. 47th Ave. Suite 400 Denver, CO 80239
Who: Women ages 18 and up
What: A free 7-week group focusing on the intersection of womanhood, culture, and mental health.

How to Join: To participate in LUIW, simply register by using the QR code or clicking this link. Spaces are limited, so be sure to secure your spot early. We welcome women from all walks of life to join us on this transformative journey towards wellness.

As we honor the legacy of women throughout history, let us also commit to nurturing the mental health and well-being of women of color in the present. By fostering a supportive and culturally sensitive environment, we can contribute to a future where every woman feels empowered to prioritize and care for her mental health.

Thank you for being part of our community as we stand together in support of women’s mental health.


  1. I don’t see the QR code or subscription link for LUIW. how do I sign up?

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