Do you have questions on how H4LN inquires work?
Read Q and A below for frequently asked questions
Q: I'm a BIPOC activist, organizer and/or M4BL community member needing support, where do I sign up?
A: You can fill out an inquiry form here: click here
Q. I requested a practitioner now what happens?
A. When we receive a referral for a specific therapeutic/healing service, we reach out to our network and ask who is currently accepting new clients. Once we confirm that you accept new clients, we will pair you with one of the community members in our network.
Q. How is the H4LN different than the Directory?
A. H4LN or Healers For Liberation Network is a network of POC healers who agree to a common unity of how we do the work. Click below to see our Common Unity
We also provide services to community members in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan area. Our goal is to find the more affordable, accessible way for these services to reach the client. This network is a healing community that has monthly meet and greets, daily connections through social media, share job opportunities and resources, and sometimes offers discounted workshops, classes and events.
The Directory is open to all healing community. You do not need to be a H4LN organizer to join the directory. You can simply be a BIPOC provider looking for a socially conscious, activist centered healing service in alignment with our common unity. Most importantly, remember folx listed on the directory also have different payment and contract agreements, Please do not assume that because they are a part of our healing community that they are also providing free/discounted services. There may also be H4LN organizers who are not listed on the directory due to their personal preference but they still offer time and service to our network.