Sad Girls Club provides accessible mental health resources for millennials and Gen Z. Our goal is to reduce the global suicide rate while combatting stigma and stereotypes specifically amongst womxn of color and womxn of immigrant communites. 

The average talk therapy price ranges from $60-150 per session dependent on which state you're in. The average hourly wage in America is $24.74, meaning it would take nearly 4 hours of labor to afford one session of therapy.

According to Hartford Healthcare, more than a third of Americans relate to feelings of depression and anxiety as the COVID-19 cases spike. 

Census Bureau statistics — 24 percent of 42,000 respondents reported significant symptoms of major depressive disorder and 30 percent symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder – were, in some cases, double those uncovered in 2014. In Connecticut, 36 percent said they felt anxious or depressed.

The pandemic, according to the data, affects people ages 18 to 29 more, with 42 percent reporting anxiety and 36 percent depression. The second most-affected age group are people 30 to 39, with 34 percent reporting anxiety and 28 percent depression. 

We want to create a resource to heal in unity. We're raising $50,000 to provide 500 counseling sessions to members of our community and we need your help! For every $100 donated we're able to provide therapy for 10 members of our community.

If you're unable to donate we would love it you shared our campaign with your community. Now, more than ever talk therapy is needed.

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Sad Girls Club



Sad Girls Club provides accessible mental health resources for millennials and Gen Z. Our goal is to reduce the global suicide rate while combatting stigma and stereotypes specifically amongst womxn of color and womxn of immigrant communites. 

The average talk therapy price ranges from $60-150 per session dependent on which state you're in. The average hourly wage in America is $24.74, meaning it would take nearly 4 hours of labor to afford one session of therapy.

According to Hartford Healthcare, more than a third of Americans relate to feelings of depression and anxiety as the COVID-19 cases spike. 

Census Bureau statistics — 24 percent of 42,000 respondents reported significant symptoms of major depressive disorder and 30 percent symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder – were, in some cases, double those uncovered in 2014. In Connecticut, 36 percent said they felt anxious or depressed.

The pandemic, according to the data, affects people ages 18 to 29 more, with 42 percent reporting anxiety and 36 percent depression. The second most-affected age group are people 30 to 39, with 34 percent reporting anxiety and 28 percent depression. 

We want to create a resource to heal in unity. We're raising $50,000 to provide 500 counseling sessions to members of our community and we need your help! For every $100 donated we're able to provide therapy for 10 members of our community.

If you're unable to donate we would love it you shared our campaign with your community. Now, more than ever talk therapy is needed.