Our Base

NQTTCN is a base building organization led by and for QTBIPOC tending to the physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing of our community.

We organize with QTBIPOC and BIPOC community members, practitioners and organizations towards healing justice as a liberatory framework in order to transform trauma (historical, collective and intergenerational) and intervene in the harm and violence of the medical industrial complex.

Our community includes

  • health/mental health practitioners
  • healers
  • movement leaders and organizers
  • birth workers
  • spiritual practitioners
  • cultural workers and artists,
  • educators,
  • coaches,
  • facilitators,
  • social workers and
  • peer support practitioners and
  • others committed to the long term work of building the world we want and deserve!

Our Benefits

Becoming a member of NQTTCN offers a radical opportunity to deepen political alignment and build power with other visionaries who are invested in creating new community-led systems of care for Black, Indigenous and People of Color rooted in self-determination and dignity. We are abolitionists who are actively working to disrupt carceral care strategies that fuel criminalization, surveillance and control. Together, our efforts will seed collective care and safety strategies rooted in healing justice in our movements for liberation and in our systems of care.

NQTTCN Members will have exclusive access to:

  • Quarterly Member meetings 
  • Quarterly Member newsletters 
  • Trainings / Webinars Political education 
  • Early access + discounts to our public events 
  • Mixers / Meetups / Gatherings 
  • Access to Mighty Networks – our virtual community for connection, learning and organizing! 
  • Healing justice resources 
  • And more!

Our members are expected to:

  • Commit to our mission, vision and values
  • Adhere to our Community Guidelines + Safety Protocols
  • Review and align with our definition of healing justice and our Theory of Liberation