Brilliantly Black Louisville Partners


Gomes Insurance Agency of Allstate

Although my name throws many people off, I am a Kentucky native reared in Richmond, KY and have been a proud resident of Louisville for over 30 years. My entire working career I have been representing Allstate where I was most recently the District Manager for the area before retiring and operating these four agencies. My wife, two kids, son in law and two dogs look forward to continuing our future here in Louisville.

We have four locations to serve you and a wonderful team of fully licensed agents ready to serve you in Kentucky and Indiana. We are located at 7607 Preston Highway (phone 502.966.5178), 3406 Frankfort Avenue (phone 502.426.0785), 9611 Whipps Mill Road (phone 502.882.8888) and 406 Blankenbaker Pkwy (phone 502.244.1079). Our hours are 9am to 6pm Monday-Friday and weekends by appointment.

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New Leaf Clinic

Exceeding Expectations One Patient at a Time

At New Leaf Clinic, we provide our patients with access to life-changing therapy, along with caring healthcare professionals, dedicated to your treatment. In 2017, New Leaf Clinic opened our doors to patients in the city of Louisville, Ky. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for those struggling with mental illness and addiction in a safe environment — with hopes of earning a reputation as the best Mental Health Clinic in the area. The owner, as the daughter of a recovering addict (as he called himself) and a psychiatrist, combines her personal experience and formal education to provide evidenced-based treatment from the heart.

We are located in the West End of Louisville, Ky.

New Leaf is in loving memory of Micheal T. White.

Book an appointment today and see what we can do for you or your loved ones.

“I grew up in recovery, as my dad, Mike White, was 20 years sober when he passed. He co-owned local sober living home, Our Father's House. Many people trust me because of his work. Many of us quit our jobs to start this and all of us give our heart and souls to this work. We see every single person as an individual, get to know them very well, and tailor their treatment to them. If there is a barrier, we help them overcome. We will go to court with them, advocate, meet with families.” -Dr. Teresa Walker, Owner/Psychiatrist

Kentucky African Americans Against Cancer

KAAAC is an active coalition of lay citizens and health professionals who collaborate to provide information on cancer, coordinate special events to provide screening and education, and to support cancer patients, families, and survivors. A nationally award-winning coalition, KAAAC was established as part of the National Cancer Institute's National Black Leadership Initiative on Cancer. For information, call (502) 852-6318

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Louisville Urban League

THE LOUISVILLE URBAN LEAGUE is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, community service organization dedicated to eliminating racism and its adverse impacts on our community.Our mission is to assist African Americans and other marginalized populations in attaining social and economic equality through direct services and advocacy.

As part of a broader National Urban League network of historic civil rights organizations throughout the United States, theLouisvilleUrban League, like all affiliates, is dedicated to fostering economic empowerment in order to elevate the standard of living in historically underserved urban communities, with our focus onJobs, Justice, Education, Health and Housing.

Currently theLouisvilleUrban League’s service area includes the Kentucky counties of Jefferson, Shelby, Oldham, Bullitt and Hardin; and the Indiana counties of Floyd, Harrison and Clark.

For more info visit: https://lul.org/

Address:1535 West Broadway,Louisville, KY 40203