Upcoming Events

AMHP Atlanta Health & Fitness Camp

Saturday, February 11th, 2017 – Join AMHP National, AMHP-Atlanta, Atlanta Rat Pack and Emory University MSA for a Health and Fitness Camp with guest speakers: former NBA Player Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf and former NCAA Women’s Basketball Player, Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir. We are joining efforts to promote mental, physical and spiritual health of youth. Youth between the ages of 12-18 years are welcome to join.

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Domestic Violence Hackathon

Saturday, February 25th, 2017 – American Muslim Health Professionals of NY/NJ is holding its first-ever hackathon on Saturday, February 25th, 2017 at ThoughtWorks (99 Madison Avenue, New York, NY) in an attempt to restore love, peace, and security in our homes that are robbed by domestic violence. This will be a day-long event to dissect, analyze, and brainstorm to find solutions to solve domestic violence (DV).

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Past Events

Muslim Youth Identity | Combating Stereotypical Identities & Prejudice

Saturday, October 8th, 2016 – AMHP invites you to attend a panel discussion on combating stereotypes and the impact of discrimination on a young person’s well-being. Two speakers will deliver TED-style talks and share their unique perspectives and personal experiences growing up as Muslims in America and the challenge of forming their identity in a climate of prejudice and Islamophobia. Guest speakers include Laila Alawa and Atif Moon.

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AMHP Ramadan Iftars

Join us in support of AMHP’s programs for Connecting Muslims to Health Coverage, EnabledMuslim (Disability Awareness), and Mental Health.

Washington – Thursday, June 9th, 2016. Registration
Atlanta – Friday, June 10th, 2016 Registration
Chicago – Saturday, June 18th, 2016 Registration
New York – Friday, June 24th, 2016 Registration
Houston – Friday, June 24th, 2016 Registration

Mental Health Stigma (FREE Webinar)

Tuesday, May 24th, 2016  – Do you, a friend, or family member face barriers to seeking help because of a worry of what others will think? Does the social stigma of having a mental health issue stop you from trying to get better? 

Stigma may be one of the most detrimental factors in people not getting the help they need.Join the American Muslim Health Professionals (AMHP), the Family and Youth Institute (FYI), the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), and Imam Sohaib Sultan from Princeton University in an important discussion around the issue of Mental Health Stigma and what the American Muslim community can do to reduce the stigma and help our loved ones get the care they need.

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BOSTON Networking Dinner

Friday, April 29, 2016  – This kick-off networking dinner is the first of its kind in Boston and will provide an opportunity for Muslim health professionals and students to collaborate and share ideas for projects and activities to improve the health status of our communities.

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DALLAS Networking Luncheon

Saturday, April 2, 2016  – This kick-off networking luncheon is the first of its kind in Dallas and will provide an opportunity for Muslim health professionals and students to collaborate and share ideas for projects and activities to improve the health status of our communities. Keynote address will be given by Haleh Banani, MA, Clinical Psychologist and internationally published writer and counselor for the website, www.MuslimMatters.org

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#MuslimYouthIdentity

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015 – AMHP invites Redefy Founder, Ziad Ahmed, motivational speaker, basketball trainer and Founder of Muslim Girls Hoop Too, Bilqis Abdul-Qaadir, and award-winning New York City storyteller, social media personality and founder of Youtube Series “Homegrown Homies”, Aman Ali, to speak about #MuslimYouthIdentity, combating stereotypes, and the impact of discrimination on a young person’s well-being.

This event will also be broadcasted LIVE. Registration is required (see registration information for details).

AMHP Benefit Dinner

Saturday, November 14, 2015 –We are excited to announce US Surgeon General, VADM Vivek Murthy and Chairman & CEO of Medtronic, Omar Ishrak, will deliver keynote address at AMHP’s 2015 Benefit Dinner LEARN MORE & REGISTER

DISCLAIMER: Speakers’ participation does not endorse event fundraising efforts.

Atlanta Networking Dinner

Saturday, August 15, 2015 – AMHP has held numerous sold-out networking events in various cities across the country including Chicago, Washington, DC, New York, and Detroit. The networking dinner will provide an opportunity for professionals and students to collaborate and share ideas for projects and activities to improve the health status of our communities.

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Muslim Health Forum & Networking Event @ ISNA Chicago Convention

Saturday, September 5th, 2015 – The economy has become a very welcoming home to many small businesses in a wide array of fields and professions and much like our previous health forums, we are very inspired by the TED-talk style of presentation. We try to implement this style by showcasing speakers with profound ideas and inspiring stories in hopes of motivating our audience members to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams. Through #amhpMHF4, we hope we can provide you with a great network of other entrepreneurs with whom you can maintain a connection with, share experiences and help in instigating new thoughts and ideas.

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Philadelphia Networking Luncheon

Saturday, August 8th, 2015 – AMHP has held numerous sold-out networking events in various cities across the country including Chicago, Washington, DC, New York, and Detroit. The networking luncheon will provide an opportunity for professionals and students to collaborate and share ideas for projects and activities to improve the health status of our communities.

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Houston Networking Mixer

Past Event – Sunday, June 14, 2015 – AMHP has held numerous sold-out networking events in various cities across the country including Chicago, Washington, DC, New York, and Detroit. The networking event will provide an opportunity for professionals and students to collaborate and share ideas for projects and activities to improve the health status of our communities.

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