The U Good F.A.M.?™ program was created by Dr. Kha’ Sadler for the explicit purpose of developing a network of mental health professionals, educators, and others in the helping profession, to create a culture that works collaboratively to foster and advance mental health and emotional well-being among self-identified students of color.
Research has shown that a supportive network of faculty, staff, and a student's peer group can reduce achievement gaps and improve mental
well-being for students of color.
U Good F.A.M.?™ started as an initiative to support, address, increase access, inclusivity, and receptivity to mental health services and to meet the needs of racially and ethnically diverse students within institutions of higher education and other educational settings.