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MFS COVID-19 RESPONSE
The ICNA Relief Helpline is a free, nationwide peer-support service providing information and resource referrals to people facing difficulty due to the Covid-19 crisis. Helpline staff are experienced, well-trained and able to provide guidance. We also accommodate callers who speak the following languages: English, Urdu/Hindi, Bangla, Spanish, and Arabic.
During this time, we will be answering voicemails and emails within 24 – 48 business hours of receipt.
To contact the ICNA Relief Helpline, please call +1-(844)-412-9809, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ET or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mission of Muslim Family Services (MFS) is to facilitate the growth of people by using a holistic framework in our services. We envision a community that develops a strong bond of humanity and are actively working on achieving it through education, intervention, and other evidence based practices.
Muslim Family Services (MFS) has licensed as well as religious counselors offering a wide variety of services across the country. Services include but are not limited to:
- Individual Counseling
- Family Counseling
- Premarital and Marital Counseling
- Conflict Resolution
- Substance Abuse
- Domestic violence prevention and intervention
- Women Support and Rehabilitation
- Religious Counseling
Check your local ICNA Relief Chapter to see what services are being offered near you: www.icnarelief.org/where-we-work/
If you or anyone you know is going through a difficult time, it is very crucial to take care of one’s health and sustain strong ties with the community. Seeking counseling and/or therapy can provide a pathway to resolve their issues. Talking to someone who is willing to listen can provide encouragement to progress in life.
Interested in counseling? Please read below for details of the program.
- Research-based Approach
- Counseling procedure
- Charges and donations
- How your donation can help?
- Our current capacity
Our goal is to pro-actively address family issues through research, individual and family outreach, consultation, education and skill development. We want to maximize the use of the Internet and develop interactive web-based courses in the fields of pre-marital counseling, domestic violence prevention, anger management, and parenting.
ICNA Relief USA seeks to alleviate human suffering by providing caring and compassionate service to victims of adversities and survivors of disasters. ICNA Relief USA strives to build healthy communities, strengthen families and create opportunities for those in despair while maintaining dignity and advocating for basic human needs.
Our objective is to assist new arrivals and refugees to settle into American society as soon as they can through empowerment and assistant programs. It is our goal and wish that they become a valuable member of the American mosaic as soon as possible.
ICNA Relief has provided refugees in the US, who face cultural and language barriers to employment, with opportunities to obtain jobs and training and improve their English language skills. This program promotes self-sufficiency. Services include employment placement, English classes, our Fast Track job readiness preparation, transitional and work support and case management to remove barriers to employment.
Muslim Family Services provides a variety of workshops to educate communities. Topics include the following:
- Domestic violence
- Anger Prevention
- Mental Health
- Suicide Prevention
- Women Support and Rehabilitation
- Substance Abuse and Drug prevention
- Premarital and Marital
- Family Dynamics
- Foster Parenting
- Refugee Resettlement
- Peer pressure
- Technology and Mental Health
- Community building
- Leadership training
Cannot find a topic that meets your needs? ICNA Relief is happy to work with you in creating a program that best fits your needs.
The objective of FATE is to aid Muslim children currently in the foster care system. We advocate, counsel, train, and educate Muslim families in the DFW Metroplex. Our quest is to help them come forward and revive the beautiful Sunnah (Prophetic tradition) of Kafala (fostering).
We create and manage a platform where Muslim families can connect with subject matter experts. In this way, we aim to have their questions answered about the many different aspects of Kafala – legal, spiritual, psychological, etc.
We lay the groundwork to provide peace of mind to Muslim families who are providing foster care services to the community. We are diligently working to increase the number of licensed Muslim foster families by helping to create the personal connections that will provide a dependable support network.
FATE Outreach Coordinator
Ph: (469) 608-1402
Specialty Pantries: To provide essential household items for communities in need.