Prevention is at the core of everything we do at SOOAR. We use a variety of media tools to create impactful campaigns that inspire people to take positive action. Our work spans a wide range of topics—from substance use to mental health—and is aimed at empowering individuals to make informed decisions for themselves and their families. If you would like to host a viewing contact SOOAR at 734-697-9511 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Black Men Heal, Say How You Feel, Brother!
Black Men Heal, Say How You Feel Brother is the story of Darryl “Oodadan” Lockhart, a young black man from Inkster Michigan who encountered a lifetime of cultural stressors that began at the age of 8 years old. After a tragic motorcycle accident, he found himself in a precarious situation. He is sharing his story to create a brotherhood where other black men can find healing, wholeness, and liberation.
How Can A Sick Church Save A Dying World?
"How Can a Sick Church Save a Dying World" is the story of a pastor's son who suffered from addiction, schizophrenia, and HIV. When he turned to his father's church, the church turned on him.
"Sister Heal, It's Time To Keep It Real" The affect of post-traumatic slavery disorders on ACE's
"Stigmatized": Colonization of the health care system
Since our founding, SOOAR has been dedicated to creating a better world for everyone. We strive to create positive change in the most challenging circumstances by amplifying the voices of the unheard and championing underrepresented causes. Our organization is led by a passionate team of experts who are committed to making a real impact on the world. Follow us to stay informed about our latest projects and see how you can help us continue to change lives.