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Venchele Saint Dic is the author of Journey to Redemption and Faith in the Amazon Best-selling book Passport to Self-Discovery Volume 2. She is the Founder of MESFAMI Care Inc. She has demonstrated leadership and innovation in public health, health equity, communications, public outreach, social inclusion and diversity, among many others.

Venchele is an experienced writer, editor and native French speaker with cognate education in Public Health. Her focus is to improve accessibility to health services while supporting education, economic empowerment and counseling as critical building blocks which empower families to survive and thrive through life changing events. MESFAMI Care Inc. facilitates community institutions by voluntarily supporting families with the knowledge, skills and services required to survive in changing social, and economic environments.

Her past writing stories have been included on The Good Men ProjectThe National Medical AssociationHarness MagazineYMK The Creative GuruBlack NewsThe Minority Business Finance ScoopThe Above Ground RailroadBlackOwnedandOperatedGreater Diversity NewsSoutheast Queens ScoopBlackNewsZoneThe Peace Corps Press ReleaseDMV DailyBlackStateThrive GlobalGratitude CircleMediumLinkedIn, and the newsletter of Peace Corps SenegalSimmons College and Friends of the Library Montgomery County. Additional information on the nature of her work can be found on her Author profile at here.

Recently, Ms. Saint Dic was our show talking about her article The Struggle of Black Men with the Mental Health Industry.

During our conversation, Ms. Saint Dic talked about:

– Some of her background and growing up in Grenada
– How she entered the world of health care
– Where does she get her drive from
– Some of her experience in the Peace Corps
– Mesfame Care Inc. 
– Why she wrote the article
– The lack of African American health professionals and how this can be resolved
– Cultural competency
– If society cares about Black men
– Black men and toxic masculinity and why this subject is not being talked about in the Black community
– Some of the effects that the result of Black men having mental health challenges
– Her calls to action for the Black community and for Black men who are looking for care for mental health challenges

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God bless, peace, be well and keep the faith,

Dr. Vibe