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American Muslim Health Professionals

American Muslim Health Professionals (AMHP) is a national nonprofit organization focused on professional development, health education centered around the unique needs of American-Muslims, and advocacy for minorities and underserved communities. Since the organization’s founding in 2004, AMHP has been at the forefront of public health and policy issues—mobilizing Muslims during the health reform debates at the start of the Obama Administration, championing community-based anti-obesity measures, creating resources for disabled Muslims and elevating the discussion on mental health.

AMHP is proud to work with a variety of interfaith health coalitions.  AMHP leadership has contributed to the Washington Post’s On Faith blog, Belief.net, First Lady’s blog, Huffington Post and numerous local publications.

In November 2014, AMHP celebrated its 10-year anniversary and made great strides in each of its three areas of focus: health promotion, advocacy and career development. Just recently, AMHP was one of 14 Muslim American organizations invited to a White House roundtable discussion between a diverse cross-section of Muslim Americans and President Barack Obama and senior Administration officials. Attendees had an opportunity to share their accomplishments and also voice their concerns about the challenges their communities and institutions face.

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