The NBCC Foundation leverages the power of counseling to advance global health equity through expanded access to counseling and mental health services.

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In its efforts to enhance care for underserved minorities and to provide ongoing training to NCCs and Foundation scholars and fellows, the Foundation proudly offers monthly webinars. Documentation of one NBCC-approved continuing education clock hour is available for most sessions.

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Join the Foundation in bridging the gap in access to quality mental health services for underserved and never-served communities throughout the world. One hundred percent of your donation will directly fund our programs.

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Global Capacity Building

We are engaged in expanding mental health service access to the underserved and never served in countries around the world.

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News and Events

patch icon NBCC Staff Celebrates the 8-for-8 Challenge!

The NBCC Foundation had the pleasure of hosting a celebration with NBCC and Affiliates staff and Robert A. Horne, PhD, NCC, LCMHC, LCAS, for his upcoming 8-for-8 Challenge, a motorcycle ride across the country, which will help raise funds for mental health, addiction awareness, and counseling scholarships. Learn more about the initiative and how Dr. Horne is committed to giving back to the community.

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patch icon Staff Spotlight: Ivie Walker

The Foundation staff are committed to our mission and work behind the scenes to provide a welcoming space. Administrative Assistant Ivie Walker shares a little about herself and why working at the Foundation is fulfilling.

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patch icon Mentoring Brings Change

Mentoring is at the heart of the Minority Fellowship Program and wouldn’t be possible without the hard work and commitment of counselors and counselor educators. Read about current mentor Dr. Loidaly González-Rosario and MFP Fellow Daniel Dosal-Terminel and how they navigate the mentor–mentee relationship.

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