Ebony Flint

Ebony Flint

Policy Analyst


Ebony Flint, CPS, is a policy analyst and certified peer specialist whose work is driven by a passion for accessibility for all and creating brave spaces. Ebony is highly skilled in training, program development, and group facilitation. In addition to her work at HSRI, Ebony is a part-time trainer and group facilitator with Wildflower Alliance, a grassroots peer support, advocacy, and training organization, and founded "A Tribe Called Black," a peer support initiative to promote well-being and create cultural wealth in her community. She was instrumental in developing the cutting-edge Wildflower Alliance anti-oppression training and in 2022 co-facilitated the first-ever Alternatives to Suicide training specifically for black and brown communities in Colorado. That same year, she was named Social Justice Advocate of the Year by Healing Black Women. Ebony is a board member for the Council Against Institutional & Psychiatric Abuse (CAIPA), the advisory board for the Massachusetts Disability Law Center. Throughout all she does, she infuses knowledge gained from her own experiences as a survivor of trauma and the psychiatric system, as someone with invisible physical disabilities, and as the mother of an autistic child.


  • Certified Peer Specialist
  • Charting the Life Course Ambassador
  • Alternatives to Suicide Trainer/Facilitator
  • Hearing Voices Network Trainer/Facilitator
  • WRAP Facilitator

Recent Projects

  • Founder of A Tribe Called Black (TCB). A Tribe Called Black is a new and growing community of Black and Latinx individuals; learning, healing, and connecting in numerous ways by prioritizing the experiences of people of color.
  • Leading the Way program. This is a 6-month series for youth to share their wisdom and gain emotional wellness skills.
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