The Village Programs to Access Therapy and Healing (PATH) was founded to do one thing: to help all self-identified Black men heal. Regardless of their religious background, gender expression or identity, or sexual orientation, The Village PATH seeks to provide both space and resources to address the generational and environmental trauma that is uniquely tied to being raised and socialized as Black and male.
The Village PATH’s mission is to reduce stigma by providing culturally affirming mental health services to under-served Black communities impacted by systemic oppression.
Jermar Perry was born and raised in the city of Philadelphia and has been a St. Louis resident since 2016 where he now resides with his wife, niece and nephew. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in Journalism ...
Bryant Antoine has been the co-founder of the Village Path since its inception in August of 2019. Bryant is a first generation Haitian-American. Bryant moved to Saint Louis from Waltham, MA in 2016 and has lived...