The foundation of our programs are based on national, state, and local statistics concerning the disparities associated with Black women concerning their well-being. However, we realize these statistics note that women of all races in America fall behind in the area of their well-being. No Sister Left Behind comes at a critical time to intervene on these trends and mitigate them by focusing our efforts on helping to lessen these disparities by providing programs that will educate women on what total well-being is, and why its importance is fundamental to an individual's overall health. All programs are open to the public.


Social Well-being is a sense of belonging, acceptance and recognition. Learning positive social habits such as how to interact with others, setting social  boundaries, facing social fears, expressing yourself and how to build and maintain healthy relationships.


Mental Well-being is realizing one's own potential to cope with the normal stresses of life. This program will provide education about mental health and how to overcome the stigmas associated with seeking help from mental health professionals.


Emotional Well-being is the ability to successfully handle life's stresses and adapt to change and difficult times. The program will provide education on being emotionally healthy in our thoughts, feelings and behavior.


Physical Well-being is the ability to develop positive physical health habits such as activity and nutrition. This program will encourage lifestyle choices to ensure health and avoid preventable diseases and conditions.


Financial Well-being is a sense of security, feeling as though you have enough money to meet your needs. This program will encourage financial security through making the right choices in money management.


Career Well-being is the ability to handle one's career today and tomorrow so it provides you with opportunities to achieve your goals. This program will encourage the need to seek and understand choosing the right career path for one's future.


Community Well-being is the ability to connect with the community socially, economically and culturally. This program will provide education to women on how to connect with their community, civic engagement and how to flourish and fulfill their potential.



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