Blacks In Government Chicago Midwest Chapter

Blacks In Government Chicago Midwest Chapter Chicago Midwest is the second largest chapter in Region V consisting of 70+ members. Blacks In Government was conceived at the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (DHEW) Black Federal employees at the Parklawn Building in Rockville, Maryland.

The organization was viewed as essential to the Black civil service employee, based on a wide assortment of racially motivated problems faced by the DHEW Black employees in Rockville. Initially, it was thought that the umbrella organization would address only the problems at the Federal level. However, it was soon determined that state, county and municipal Black employees were faced with the same

The organization was viewed as essential to the Black civil service employee, based on a wide assortment of racially motivated problems faced by the DHEW Black employees in Rockville. Initially, it was thought that the umbrella organization would address only the problems at the Federal level. However, it was soon determined that state, county and municipal Black employees were faced with the same

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The Chicago Midwest BIG Chapter and the Blacks In Government Organization are a big supporters of our Veterans. As a res...
08/29/2021
Veterans Crisis Line: Su***de Prevention Hotline, Text & Chat

The Chicago Midwest BIG Chapter and the Blacks In Government Organization are a big supporters of our Veterans. As a result, the current events unfolding in Afghanistan are upsetting for all Americans. We feel deeply for our veterans, especially those who served in Afghanistan and the family members and caregivers of those who have suffered loss or injuries to loved ones in this war. We are extremely proud of all those in various governmental agencies and entities who stepped forward to serve and continued to serve after 9/11. Your bravery in the face of adversity mattered, and the leadership of the Department respects and honors your service. We honor the sacrifices of the many service members and their families who have been impacted over the last 20 years of the conflict. We also thank our colleagues who have worked in labor advocacy, social justice, or humanitarian efforts in Afghanistan. We also acknowledge that many have unpleasant thoughts, resurfacing memories, and difficult emotions due to current events. If you feel upset, depressed or angry about the recent developments in Afghanistan, please reach out to others – colleagues, supervisors, the employee assistance program, or a resource below. Also, our federal partners at the Department of Veteran Affairs are working quickly to share VA resources: call center information, peer support, and many other community services listed below. I ask that you widely share this information to help those who need it.

Resources:
Veterans Crisis Line - If you are having thoughts of su***de, call 1-800-273-8255, then PRESS 1 or visit http://www.veteranscrisisline.net/

For emergency mental health care, you can also go directly to your local VA medical center 24/7 regardless of your discharge status or enrollment in other VA health care.

Vet Centers - Discuss how you feel with other Veterans in these community-based counseling centers. 70% of Vet Center staff are Veterans. Call 1-877-927-8387 or find one near you.

VA Mental Health Services Guide - This guide will help you sign up and access mental health services.

MakeTheConnection.net - information, resources, and Veteran to Veteran videos for challenging life events and experiences with mental health issues.

Download VA's self-help apps - Tools to help deal with common reactions like, stress, sadness, and anxiety. You can also track your symptoms over time.

Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) - Tragedy Assistance Program For Survivors (TAPS) Is Here For You! Request a Peer Mentor or call 800-959-TAPS (8277)

VA Women Veterans Call Center - Call or text 1-855-829-6636 (M-F 8AM - 10PM & SAT 8AM - 6:30PM ET)

VA Caregiver Support Line - Call 1-855-260-3274 (M-F 8AM - 10PM & SAT 8AM - 5PM ET)

Together We Served -Find your battle buddies through unit pages
American Red Cross Military Veteran Caregiver Network - Peer Support and Mentoring or call the Hero Care Network at 1-877-272-7337

Free, confidential support for Veterans in crisis and their families and friends. Call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1 or text to 838255.

08/29/2021

TO: Blacks In Government Members and Supporters
FROM: Honorable Shirley A. Jones, Esq., National President
SUBJECT: EPA BIG Chapters NTI Community Service Project

Blacks In Government’s 2021 virtual National Training Institute (NTI) is fast approaching! And, of course, we do hope you are all registered and planning to participate in this historic first virtual NTI. In conjunction with the NTI each year, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s BIG Chapters in Regions II, V, IX, and XI collaborate on an outreach community service project so that BIG leaves a positive footprint everywhere the NTI goes. And, conducting the NTI in a virtual environment has not stopped them.

To continue this tradition this year, they have identified a project, “BIG Pack a Backpack”, that would be easy to do and accessible to everyone in this virtual environment. This back to school supply drive is in partnership with the Sasha Bruce Youthwork organization to support homeless youth in the D.C. metropolitan area by providing essential school supplies and personal items. We hope you will join this important effort to leave a BIG footprint virtually. For more information please see the flyer with detailed information.

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08/29/2021

Region V - join me in celebrating the official pinning of Regional Director Shirron Brown- Mills by Regional Director Patricia Thompson thank you both for your leadership and representing the Region's issues on the Board.

The National Organization of Blacks In Government (BIG), Inc. and Management Concepts are pleased to announce an additio...
07/25/2021
BIG

The National Organization of Blacks In Government (BIG), Inc. and Management Concepts are pleased to announce an additional Leadership Scholarships for 2021!!! All BIG Members, who have at least two consecutive years as a member in good standing is eligible to apply. The Applicants must complete and submit an Essay on the NTI 2021 Topic, “Training Matters: Roadmap to Securing Your Career Goals", no less than 500 words and no more than 1,000 words, discussing why you feel the leadership scholarship will enhance your career. In addition, the essay must address the transformative actions you will bring back to your agency, after completing the Program.

The Recipients must complete all the program requirements within three years of being awarded the Scholarship. Application deadline is August 6, 2021.

Please click here to access the 2021 Blacks In Government/Management Concepts Leadership Certificate Program Scholarship Application!





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Since 2014, Management Concepts has been a Corporate Sponsor of Blacks in Government (BIG). We are proud of our long-standing Strategic Partnership with BIG and BIG NOW Generation in support of BIG’s efforts to promote inclusion, growth, and power for African Americans in Federal, State, and local...

Virtual 2021 Federal Forum: Safety in the Workplace
07/25/2021

Virtual 2021 Federal Forum: Safety in the Workplace

Virtual 2021 Federal Forum: Safety in the Workplace

07/20/2021
Support JA and Chicagoland students through a virtual guided wine tasting and networking event!Featured Wines from Madri...
06/14/2021

Support JA and Chicagoland students through a virtual guided wine tasting and networking event!

Featured Wines from Madrigal Family Winery, Napa Valley:

2019 Sauvignon Blanc
2020 La Vida Rosa (Rosé)
2015 Nuestra Sangre
2015 Petite Sirah Napa Valley

Ticket: $140

Virtual attendance includes:

Winery presentation & guided tasting
Personal Sip In Place kit shipped to your home
Full bottle of wine of your choice shipped to your home post-event


*Food pairing options are available at extra costs

*Mocktail kits are also available as a substitute for wine

Ticket: $40

Includes virtual attendance - no wine or food

Support JA and Chicagoland students through a virtual guided wine tasting and networking event!

Featured Wines from Madrigal Family Winery, Napa Valley:

2019 Sauvignon Blanc
2020 La Vida Rosa (Rosé)
2015 Nuestra Sangre
2015 Petite Sirah Napa Valley

Ticket: $140

Virtual attendance includes:

Winery presentation & guided tasting
Personal Sip In Place kit shipped to your home
Full bottle of wine of your choice shipped to your home post-event


*Food pairing options are available at extra costs

*Mocktail kits are also available as a substitute for wine

Ticket: $40

Includes virtual attendance - no wine or food

As we head into our Memorial Day celebrations, BIG honors the men and women who died while serving in the military. Many...
06/14/2021

As we head into our Memorial Day celebrations, BIG honors the men and women who died while serving in the military. Many of us will mark the day by visiting cemeteries, holding family gatherings, and participating in parades. But, we want to remind you that BIG is also here to ensure our military members have information regarding the benefits and services available to them. And, we are pleased to have Marcus Brooks leading our Military Veterans Emphasis Program (MVEP).

Mr. Brooks enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1989 and retired in 2015. Through several stateside and overseas assignments, he received numerous awards and decorations including the Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal (2), Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, and the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, amongst many other commendations. Upon retirement. Mr. Brooks joined the Department of Veterans Affairs as an EEO Intern and is now an EEO Manager at the Central Texas VA Health Care System. He is member of the VA BIG HQ Chapter.

His goals for the MVEP program are to:

Forge and cultivate partnerships with affinity organizations and veteran friendly corporations;

Serve as a conduit that disseminates military-veteran oriented information;

Serve as an advocate for BIG military/veterans and their families; and

Serve as a liaison between BIG military veterans, their families and the National Leadership.

Special thanks to Mr. Brooks for his service and I join him in thanking all of our military members for their service as well.

As we head into our Memorial Day celebrations, BIG honors the men and women who died while serving in the military. Many of us will mark the day by visiting cemeteries, holding family gatherings, and participating in parades. But, we want to remind you that BIG is also here to ensure our military members have information regarding the benefits and services available to them. And, we are pleased to have Marcus Brooks leading our Military Veterans Emphasis Program (MVEP).

Mr. Brooks enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1989 and retired in 2015. Through several stateside and overseas assignments, he received numerous awards and decorations including the Bronze Star Medal, Defense Meritorious Service Medal (2), Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, and the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, amongst many other commendations. Upon retirement. Mr. Brooks joined the Department of Veterans Affairs as an EEO Intern and is now an EEO Manager at the Central Texas VA Health Care System. He is member of the VA BIG HQ Chapter.

His goals for the MVEP program are to:

Forge and cultivate partnerships with affinity organizations and veteran friendly corporations;

Serve as a conduit that disseminates military-veteran oriented information;

Serve as an advocate for BIG military/veterans and their families; and

Serve as a liaison between BIG military veterans, their families and the National Leadership.

Special thanks to Mr. Brooks for his service and I join him in thanking all of our military members for their service as well.

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05/11/2021

BIG MEMBER //📌Press Release - 3rd Book Release by H.S. Jackson

Mrs. Haseena Shaheed-Jackson is a Certified Coach, Speaker and Trainer under the John Maxwell Team. She seeks to inspire and motivate others, working towards "Can" eliminating "Cannot. We must see what can be instead of focusing on that which is

Mrs. Jackson is the owner of Faith Hope Spirit LLC which offers speaking, training and coaching in the areas of growth, development, communication and leadership. For over 30 years, she has held positions in leadership and management in a variety of companies and organizations.

Her mission is to partner with individuals, companies and corporations developing the habit of growing and learning resulting in living a life of significance, making a difference and changing their world. Believing is the key to accomplishment, achievement and success.

Further she is a Executive Contributor to Brainz Magazine and hosts a monthly networking group, Connecting and Collaborating to Thrive (CC2T).

I am excited to announce the release of my third book Created to Soar. Within you, there is the resilience, persistent and perseverance to overcome the obstacles and storms in your life. Just like an eagle, you must fly above your storms seeking hiring ground to uncover the "greatness" that is within you. I share with you my story and lessons that I have learned to soar above the obstacles and storms in my life.

Purchase Today!

Visit my author page Here where you can purchase my other two books, Reflections from Within and Messages from the Spirit. We must take the time to reflect and listen to what and where our spirit is telling us to go.

05/11/2021
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"Wellness Wednesdays" from the Chapter Health and Wellness Committee:

Welcome to “Wellness Wednesdays” your source for insights into
the pursuit of all things wellness related with a Black focus. The
Health and Wellness Committee will publish “Wellness Wednesdays” on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. Each issue will high
light a wellness topic, provide information and resources to members, and will focus on delivering content at the intersection be tween that dimension of wellness and the Black experience. The
Global Wellness Institute defines wellness as “the active pursuit
of activities, choices and lifestyles that lead to a state of holistic
health”. Wellness plays a huge role in how we care for ourselves
and others; it also greatly impacts our ability to contribute in the
workplace and in our personal lives. Having a unique cultural experience means taking a unique approach to pursuing wellness.

Recognizing the impacts of generational racism and white supremacy and their impact on Black wellness is extremely important, as is sharing information specifically created by and for lack audiences. Wellness is an ongoing, active pursuit with specific intentions, choices and actions. It extends well beyond physical health and is multi-dimensional in scope. Wellness is physical, mental, environmental, spiritual, social, and emotional. As such, each month “Wellness Wednesday” topics will explore a different wellness topic and provide CMC members additional information to study, pursue, and adopt as they see fit.

March Topic: Black Mental Health

For many of us, March represents a full year of working from home. Stop and think about it. The place where we live has also become the place where we work, making boundaries difficult for many of us to navigate. When we couple this with the additional stressors of living through a pandemic that disproportionately impacts Blacks and other people of color, all while being physically
separated from loved ones for long periods of time, we should not be surprised at the growing number of Blacks reporting an increase in stress and other negative impacts to their mental health. However, another part of this shared experience is facing racism, discrimination and inequity that can significantly affect a person’s mental health. Being treated or perceived as “less than” be
cause of the color of your skin can be stressful and even traumatizing. According to the Health and Hu man Services Office of Minority Health, Black adults in the U.S. are more likely than white adults to re port persistent symptoms of emotional distress, such as sadness, hopelessness and feeling like everything is an effort. Black adults living below the poverty line are more than twice as likely to report serious psychological distress than those with more financial security. The Health and Wellness Committee encourages chapter members to explore the mental health resources provided in this newsletter to help support their mental health and wellness.

“Black power and strength do not reside in
never needing help, but in our ability to
recognize when we do”

Disclaimer: This newsletter provides general educational information. It is not intended to be, and should not be used as a substitute for medical treatment by a health care professional. You should never disregard or delay seeking medical advice because of what you have read in this newsletter.

“Make Your Mental Health A Top Priority” The Mission of
Black Men Heal is to provide access to mental health treatment, psycho education, and community resources to men of color.
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Black Mental Wellness For many Black/African Americans, the stigma (fear of being judged or perceived as crazy by others) of mental health treatment or the religious guilt (Maybe I should trust and have more faith in God) prevents them from seeking mental
health treatment. The truth is that mental health providers
are licensed professionals, who are trained to help people
learn ways to manage and cope with many of life’s stressors
and mental health conditions. Everyone can benefit from
mental health treatment. Licensed mental health providers
specialize in treating individuals across the life span. Some
people may seek mental health treatment when they are
experiencing intense emotions (crying, substance use, thoughts of self-harm), and others may seek mental health treatment to address everyday life stressors and transitions. Many people do not realize that mental health treatment can help to address a range of symptoms and challenges, and there are different types of therapy that may be beneficial for you, depending on what you are experiencing and your goals for treatment.

Check out Black Mental Wellness for more information
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) The Health and Wellness Committee encourages its members to explore the benefits provided to them as Federal employees in an effort to support their mental health and wellness. A suggested first stop for members is reviewing benefits provided by OPM’s Employee Assistance Program, which includes 24/7 access to confidential counseling and referral services provided free of charge to you or your dependents. An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a voluntary, work-based program that offers free and confidential assessments, short-term counseling, referrals, and follow-up services to employees who have personal and/or work related problems. EAPs address a broad and complex body of issues affecting mental and emotional well-being, such as alcohol and other substance abuse, stress, grief, family problems, and psychological disorders. EAP counselors also work in a consultative role with man agers and supervisors to address employee and organizational challenges and needs. Many EAPs are active in helping organizations prevent and cope with workplace violence, trauma, and other emergency response situations.

Black Female Therapists
Black Female Therapists (BFT) is the #1 lifestyle and empowerment platform for women of color! This platform was created to promote, inspire, and elevate other black female therapists and create a safe space for black mental health. BFT gives mental health therapists a chance to show their #blackgirlmagic and makes it easier to connect with individuals nationwide. Not only is it a place to connect but also a safe place for black women to
discuss their mental health and wellness journey and learn new strategies to live a better life. From indulging in the newest self-care strategies to helping strategize mental health issues, we live for being a go-to daily source for all things Black Female Therapists, Self-Care, Mental Wellness, Stress Management, Travel, Relationships and Mental Health.

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The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation
The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation is a nonprofit organization founded in 2018 by Taraji P. Henson and led by
Executive Director, Tracie Jade Jenkins. The foundation is
named in honor of Ms. Henson’s father, Boris Lawrence
Henson, who suffered with mental health challenges as a
result of his tour of duty in the Vietnam War. We are com
mitted to changing the perception of mental illness in the
African-American community by encouraging those who
suffer with this debilitating illness to get the help they
need. One in five Americans suffer from mental illness.
African-Americans are the least likely population to seek
treatment. We were taught to hold our problems close to the vest out of fear of being labeled and further demonized as inapt, weak, and/or inadequate. African-Americans also have a history of being misdiagnosed, so there is mistrust associated with therapy. Through partnerships, the foundation will ensure cultural competency in caring for African Americans who struggle with mental illness by providing scholarships to African-American students who seek a career in the mental health field; offer mental health services and programs to young people in urban schools; and combat recidivism within the prison system.

Brother, You’re On My Mind Toolkit
The Brother, You’re on My Mind toolkit provides Omega Psi Phi Fraternity chapters and partners with the materials needed to educate fellow fraternity brothers and community members on depression and stress in African American men. Depression is one of the most common mental health problems, but it often goes unnoticed and untreated among African American men. We’re expected to be strong in a crisis, hide our sensitivities, and keep personal problems within the family. Some people
think it’s weak for a man to admit to sadness or despair. That kind of scorn can convince a brother to suffer in silence while the depression worsens. His life may start falling apart, and he may turn to drug abuse as a way to cope, or he may find other dangers that threaten liberty or even life. Su***de is the third leading cause of death among African Americans 15 to 24 years old, and it’s the sixteenth leading cause of death for all African Americans. But a friend’s support and understanding tells a brother he’s not alone and can encourage him to seek help for his depression.

The Black Emotional and Mental Health BEAM is an organization whose vision is to “create a world where there are no barriers to Black healing.” One way that BEAM works to achieve this vision is by teaching mental health literacy in Black communities. Mental
health literacy was created in 1997 by researcher Anthony Jorm. It is defined as “knowledge and beliefs about mental disorders which aid their recognition, management or prevention.” There has been little research on mental health literacy in Black communities, but the research that has been conducted reported lower levels of literacy amongst African Americans than those of whites. For BEAM, mental health literacy means we need folks in all sectors of our communities to understand what depression, schizophrenia, or anxiety can look like, and what they can do to support others and themselves. With that understanding comes less stigma and fear, and as research shows, an increased likelihood to refer others to services and/or engage in help-seeking behaviors.

Check out the Black Mental Matters Podcast with Vince Bailey and Makeba Reed Johnson which seeks to strip away the stigma of discussing black mental health.

“There Is No Health Without Mental Health” Additional Resources
Chicago Midwest Chapter “Wellness Wednesdays”

• The Association of LGBTQ+ Psychiatrists: Black LGBTQ+ Mental Health Resource site from the Association of LGBTQ+ Psychiatrists http://www.aglp.org/Pages/BlackLGBTQresources.htm

• Association of Black Psychologists: Listing of Psychologists who are members of The Association of Black Psychologists who own and operate their own private practice business or are employed as therapists. http:// www.abpsi.org/find-psychologists/

• Anxiety & Depression Association of America: Focused resource listing for Black Americans from the ADAA. https://adaa.org/find-help/by-demographics/black-community

• Black Mental Health Alliance: An alliance of mental health providers that serves as a clearinghouse for infor mation and resources for people of color. The “Find a Therapist” locator can identify and connect users with a culturally competent mental health professional. https://blackmentalhealth.com/

• Black Therapist Podcast: Black Therapist Podcast is a podcast where we discuss the unique issues people of color face when dealing with mental health issues and mental health diagnosis. Our host in Author Psychotherapist Nikita Banks, LCSW who not only helps other people to develop mental wellness routines but in the pod cast talks a lot about her own. https://www.blacktherapistpodcast.com/

• Ethel’s Club: social and wellness community where paying members can access group workouts, guided meditations, wellness salons and art workshops as part of the healing process. https://www.ethelsclub.com/

• Inclusive Therapists: Inclusive Therapists offers a safer, simpler way to find a culturally responsive, social jus tice-oriented therapist. https://www.inclusivetherapists.com/

• The Loveland Foundation: The Loveland Foundation is committed to showing up for communities of color in unique and powerful ways, with a particular focus on Black women and girls. Our resources and initiatives are collaborative, and they prioritize opportunity, access, validation, and healing. https://
thelovelandfoundation.org/

• National Black Child Development Institute: NBCDI is dedicated exclusively to the success and well-being of Black children, the National Black Child Development Institute and our National Affiliate Network have been a powerful and effective voice on issues related to the education, care, and health of Black children and their families. https://www.nbcdi.org/who-we-are

• National Q***r and Trans Therapists of Color Network: Our directory is an interactive digital resource that helps QTPoC locate QTPoC mental health practitioners across the country. https://www.nqttcn.com/directory

• Sista Afya: A Chicago-based community organization that provides mental wellness education, resources, and community support for Black women. https://www.sistaafya.com/

• The Steve Fund: The only national organization focused on supporting the mental health and emotional well being of young people of color, the Steve Fund works with colleges and universities, nonprofits, researchers, and mental health experts to promote programs and strategies that build understanding and provide assistance. https://www.stevefund.org/

• Therapy For Black Girls: This online community support group promotes the mental wellness of Black women and girls. It also includes a list of mental health professionals across the country who provide high-quality, culturally competent services to Black women and girls, along with an informational podcast. https:// therapyforblackgirls.com/
“Invest In Your Mental Health”

Listing of black psychologists in the US.

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77 W Jackson Blvd
Chicago, IL
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General information

We hold our meetings at the Ralph H. Metcalfe Federal Building, 77 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL. Our meetings are the second Wednesday of every month at 12:00 noon. Our Dues structure is as follows: National $35.00 Local 10.00 Regional 10.00 Total Annually $55.00 Life Membership is $300.00 Our current officers are: Mary Watkins -- President --U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development(HUD) Thomas Morgan– Vice President – General Services Administration Susan Wallace – Interim Secretary – General Services Administration Therese Anderson – Corresponding Secretary – General Services Administration Jacqueline Stevenson-Storey – Treasurer -- U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development(HUD) Mary Watkins, Senior Project Manager, Coordinator, Region V - Chicago U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Multifamily Hub Tel: (312) 913-8552 Fax: (312) 353-9563 [email protected]

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