Programs & Services
To further our mission of building power with Appalachian communities and individuals most disproportionately affected by health inequities — including Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC), those in rural areas, those with low income, and LGBTQIA+ folk — Holler Health Justice offers a variety of direct services and mutual aid to Appalachians most in need.
Rapid Response & Mutual Aid
From organizing timely legal funds and bail fees for Black activists to distributing free N95 masks and harm reduction supplies throughout West Virginia, we're able to show up when and where it is needed most.
Our Fiscally Sponsored Projects
Our fiscally sponsored projects are POC- and queer-led efforts that further our mission of building power with Appalachian communities and individuals most affected by health inequities, and organize at the intersections of racial, economic, and reproductive justice.
Mountain Access Brigade (MAB) is a volunteer-run abortion doula collective and fund providing accurate abortion information, non-judgmental emotional support, practical support, and financial assistance, serving East Tennessee and the surrounding Appalachian region to empower autonomy and increase access to reproductive healthcare.