WELCOME TO TRUDIARY HAVEN
Supporting BIPOC women before, during and after pregnancy through compelling and conscious conversations.
TruDiary is a maternal and reproductive health startup that provides culturally relevant health literacy education and programming to BIPOC women before, during and after pregnancy, helping to close the gap in maternal health inequities.
Our core beliefs:
We believe real change comes through conversations
We believe one can act on change once we understand it
We believe that if you don’t take the time to know us, you will not acknowledge us
We believe call to action is a choice
We believe doing something different is the new normal
Our mission at TruDiary is to build an ecosystem where quality maternal and reproductive care, information and resources are accessible to all BIPOC women, regardless of community or
circumstance, helping to increase favorable health outcomes for women and their families.
Stay Supported. Stay Informed. Stay Empowered.
Through partnerships with schools, universities and employers, we deliver a first-of-its-kind experience that combines evidenced based provider education with culturally relevant health literacy and advocacy programming through authentic virtual and in person sessions.
What sets us apart is our keen awareness that there are different levels to health access based on who you are and race, where you live and your knowledge level of the healthcare environment. Because of this, we look at maternal health through the lens of Black women that feel the impact of being ignored or dismissed, not having basic information explained and no accountability from medical staff, which places us at a disadvantage in the first place. We take this knowledge and apply it in order to offer BIPOC women a unique and relevant health literacy education experience through intimate conversations.
A facilitated gathering that creates a safe space for BIPOC students to engage and connect on specific health topics that are meaningful to them. These meaningful dialogues and conscious conversations around equity in reproductive health provide support, community and culturally relevant health literacy education.
- Sat, Sep 16Rosie's CafeSep 16, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PMRosie's Cafe, 48 Northside Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30313, USA
- Sat, Jul 22Rosie's CafeJul 22, 11:00 AM – 1:00 PMRosie's Cafe, 48 Northside Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30313, USA
- Wed, Jun 28Paschal's RestaurantJun 28, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PMPaschal's Restaurant, 180 Northside Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30313, USA
- Wed, May 17Pascal's RestaurantMay 17, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PMPascal's Restaurant, 180 Northside Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30313, USA
- Wed, Apr 12Pascal's RestaurantApr 12, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PMPascal's Restaurant, 180 Northside Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30313, USA
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
Satisfaction ratings for sessions.
Participants say the sessions have improved their overall health.
Participants say they have a greater understanding of health literacy for themselves and their families.
Participants emphasize the value of being in community with other women.