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The "Retreat and Rebuild" program is for Black women

who are seeking a necessary space to prioritize their well-being

We’re community-driven initiative offering free wellness retreats and life coaching to Black women. ​ Providing accessible and affordable self-care options for Black women, addressing systemic challenges they face.


At Retreat & Rebuild, we're all about empowering you to take charge of your wellness journey. That's why we're thrilled to announce that 10 incredible women will receive a $500 sponsorship to embark on a retreat experience of their own choice! ​


From serene mountains to tranquil beaches, from mindfulness retreats to adventure getaways, the possibilities are endless. This sponsorship is your ticket to self-discovery, rejuvenation, and healing in a setting that resonates with your soul.


Identify as
a Black woman

Over 18 years old

Reside in King County

An interest in wellness, life coaching, and a desire to better their community

Retreat Experiences

Explore the beautiful retreat location we partner with. The Cloud Mountain Retreat Center’s serene environment provides the perfect backdrop for healing and growth. Thanks to their matching funds we are able to send black women to their space.

Trauma-Informed Care

For many Black women, trauma is a part of their journey, underscoring the importance of trauma-informed care. Together, let's champion accessible, compassionate mental health services.

Life Coaching

Ever wondered what life coaching is all about? It's a powerful partnership that helps you unlock your potential, set and achieve meaningful goals, and find clarity in your journey. At Retreat & Rebuild, our life coaches are here to guide you every step of the way.


Meditation isn't just a practice; it's a path to inner peace, clarity, and strength. Join us on this transformative journey at Retreat and Rebuild

Imon Allen

Founder of Retreat and Rebuild

Our incredible CEO, Imon Allen, a passionate social work graduate student dedicated to building healthier communities. As the granddaughter of the remarkable Barbara Jean Brown, Imon is committed to carrying forward the legacy of community care. Her personal journey and experiences drive our mission to empower Black women and foster wellness.

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